Originally published in Computerworld. Hankscraft Inc. has been making industrial motors and mechanized pumps for more than 50 years in […]
Originally published in Computerworld. Among the various sourcing peculiarities and problems specific to China is regionalism, says Pieter Tsiknas, director […]
Originally published in Computerworld. In the West, companies want to put on a good face for customers, even if it […]
Compared with some of the big-league outsourcing players, Russia is a rookie. The country’s current revenue from IT outsourcing is […]
There’s a treasure trove of scientific talent — and lots of government bureaucracy.
A year after Steve Kaufman and his staff at Goshen, Ind.-based health care insurer Mennonite Mutual Aid Association (MMAA) launched […]
But competing systems work to snarl the flow of transactions.
Web services are applications that use a universal language to send data and instructions to one another, with no translation required.
As recently as a decade ago, the Russian banking sector was an antique monstrosity, a huge system of paper-based transactions […]
It joins a crowded marketplace.
When you go out on a limb in asking for new job benefits, it helps if you know just how far is too far
When a broadcast tower fire threw several Moscow TV stations off the air last week, many would-be TV viewers turned […]
Structured financing is a way of borrowing money against an asset or a projected asset without consideration of the creditworthiness of the borrower.
Will turn over firm’s back-office operations to Bank of New York
Larger financial institutions have an edge over small and nimble Internet upstarts in electronic customer relationship management (CRM), according to […]