Nearshoring

Stop Faking Cultural Understanding: 5 Tips for Building Effective Relationships Overseas

Posted: 07/17/2019 - 07:11
Business Relationships Overseas
As the world continues to shrink and the global supply chain grows, it’s not enough to invest minimally in your international relationships—it means truly understanding the people and culture you’re working with. These relationships can become a valuable asset to your business, giving you an advantage over competitors.  
 

Why Nearshoring and AI Go Hand-in-Hand

Posted: 07/11/2019 - 04:49
There’s growing momentum for Artificial Intelligence (AI) across a variety of industries, ranging from financial services and healthcare to manufacturing and environmental initiatives. It’s no wonder, given the power of AI to find patterns in vast amounts of data faster than humans ever could and to predict outcomes and behaviors. 
 

Whatever You Call It, Outsourcing to Puerto Rico Is a “Shore” Thing for U.S. Businesses

Posted: 02/27/2019 - 07:38
Puerto Rico may suffer a severe identity crisis when it comes to naming its category of outsourcing. It’s not really offshoring from the U.S.…nearshoring may be a better term. But as a U.S. territory, is it technically onshoring? When one thinks of that term, an image of open spaces in Oklahoma or Michigan come to mind – and that’s definitely not Puerto Rico. Do you see the dilemma? 
 

(Outsourcing) Location, Location, Location: Why it Should Factor Into Your Decision-Making Process

Posted: 12/05/2018 - 03:32
Outsourcing has become synonymous with cheap services offered by another country. Lower costs are on everyone’s mind when outsourcing is mentioned, especially in the IT world, where it can make a substantial difference. However, it’s not just about saving a buck. Outsourcing can also help companies find the right talent (and enough of it), reduce overhead and in the end, yes, reduce costs.

3 Tips for Communicating with Business Partners in Latin America

Posted: 08/22/2018 - 22:03
Working with an international team can be a highly effective way to bring new ideas and innovation to your business. However, the U.S. style of doing business may not bring about the results you desire when working with a team in Mexico, Colombia or Argentina. Each country requires a unique form of communication to reach an understanding with your team.

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