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SOURCE: Global Outsourcing Information Inc.
Guide Reveals Information about Outsourcing to Mexico, Views Mexico as “Prime Destination for U.S. Businesses.”
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
Global Outsourcing Information Inc., a New York-based company that specializes in research and publishing about global outsourcing, has published its first Outsourcing Destinations Guide about outsourcing to Mexico. Outsourcing Destinations: Mexico 2013 is a comprehensive guide that was written to help outsourcing industry leaders in Mexico reach decision makers at U.S. companies, and to educate U.S. business people by providing trustworthy information about Mexico’s outsourcing providers and Mexico as an outsourcing destination.
Steven A. Meyerowitz, co-founder and president of Global Outsourcing Information and a co-author of the book, said, “Until now, there has been no reliable resource available to answer the many questions U.S. businesses have about outsourcing to Mexico and about nearshore and offshore destinations in general. We wrote this guide to provide information that U.S. business people need to make the best possible decisions about outsourcing to Mexico.”
The guide contains over 200 pages of vitally important information on outsourcing to Mexico, including information about Mexico’s principal outsourcing cities. It includes more than 100 tables, figures, and graphs displaying key quantitative data, dozens of full color illustrations, hundreds of distinct resources, and expert analysis and commentary to give readers a complete assessment of Mexico as a nearshoring destination.
Victoria Prussen Spears, co-author of the guide and co-founder and chief executive officer of Global Outsourcing Information, explained that the new guide covers outsourcing to Mexico and four of the country’s premier outsourcing destination cities: Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, and Querétaro. The many assets of these destinations, including their proximity to the U.S., growing economy, political stability, workforce, IT initiatives, shared time zones, cultural affinity with the U.S., and infrastructure, “weigh strongly in favor of recommending Mexico as a prime destination for U.S. businesses that want to obtain first rate outsourcing services close to home,” Ms. Spears said.
Global Outsourcing Information, a recently-founded company headquartered in Miller Place, New York, writes and publishes Destination Guides containing the most up-to-date, reliable, highly researched, analytical, and comprehensive outsourcing destinations information available anywhere. Outsourcing Destinations: Mexico 2013 is the first in a series of Destination Guides planned by Global Outsourcing Information.
Ms. Spears and Mr. Meyerowitz are available to editors and writers as a source about nearshoring and outsourcing to Mexico. A digital copy of Outsourcing Destinations: Mexico 2013 is available at no cost to journalists. For more information, visit http://www.globaloutsourcinginfo.com, e-mail info(at)globaloutsourcinginfo(dot)com or call 315.636.4272.
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