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One response to “Outsourcing and the Circle of Trust”

  1. Martijn Linssen

    They have a point on the customer aspect Vinnie. Outsourcing only makes sense for well described repetitive work. In theory they could outsource dev if their design were 100% complete and contained all business rules as well as exceptions, including how to exactly handle each.

    However, last time I checked, such dev work is rather Agile (cough) meaning that there is a continuous parallel process of business consulting going on, feeding into dev

    And this will never change a lot. The closer to the end-user or customer, the higher the required specialised customer knowledge and personal skills. And that, my friend, is something outresources (just invented that word) will never manage. And they shouldn’t – it’s downright silly to want to outsource everything

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