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nearshore

[′nir‚shȯr]
(oceanography)
An indefinite zone which extends from the shoreline seaward to a point beyond the breaker zone.
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MPO: Nearshoring has become a buzzword in the medtech industry over the last few years.
In a recent interview, Finley spoke with Modern about the research and what it says about nearshoring and reshoring efforts among global manufacturers.
He will also be responsible for developing and implementing Syntel's nearshoring strategies.
We empirically assess the impact of economic and risk factors regarding firms' services location choices between offshoring and nearshoring.
This article presents an academic nearshoring experiment involving teams from 6 universities of UE countries and the resulted lessons and conclusions.
The concept of nearshoring is gaining more and more attention as it can provide many of the same benefits that are offered by offshore locations, yet provides a closer proximity to corporate headquarters.
However, there are still many companies that are not aware of the numerous benefits offered by the transfer of IT operations to countries characterised by lower costs but at the same time culturally and geographically close, which is precisely what IT nearshoring is about.
Walter Thompson, Capgemini and other top industry luminaries presenting valuable insights and practical use cases on nearshoring success.
Nearshoring - using an IT partner within the Americas - represents some clear advantages over offshoring, especially when delivered with Agile methodologies and Lean principles, according to a recent research paper by Nearshore Americas and Ci&T, a consulting and technology outsourcing services company.
This is to get more credibility for the brand among British companies willing to outsource their IT operations in a nearshoring model.
As interest in nearshoring grows in North America, MindTree's Mexico facility will offer customers the benefits of proximity, cultural similarities, low attrition rates, and a strong physical infrastructure and government support.