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A New Dawn For Tech Services In Central And Eastern Europe

Fundamental Technology Change Plays Straight To The Heart Of The Region

May 13, 2013

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Authors

  • By Charles Green
  • with Pascal Matzke,
  • Wolfgang Benkel,
  • Fraser Tibbetts

Why Read This Report

Companies are increasingly considering alternative locations to India for services work, and one of the leading choices is Central and Eastern Europe. The region has a set of characteristics making it highly attractive to clients, including a strong talent pool and strengths in sophisticated software engineering. In addition, local providers are making increased investments in their industry and domain knowledge. In light of the changes currently taking place in the region and shifts in technology buying patterns, sourcing and vendor management professionals should take a renewed look at providers in the region. This report analyzes the services landscape across Central and Eastern Europe and the key trends driving growth and offers an overview of local providers.

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Table of Contents

  • CEE Captures The Imagination Of Services Buyers
  • The Paradox Of Analyzing The CEE Region By Sourcing Criteria
  • Idiosyncrasies Of CEE Providers Complicate Vendor Selection
  • WHAT IT MEANS

  • Skills And Talent In CEE Foster A Big Shift In The Technology Landscape
  • Supplemental Material
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