Lessons in Global Information Technology Sourcing

  title={Lessons in Global Information Technology Sourcing},
  author={Mary Lacity},
  journal={IEEE Computer},
M ore than 13 years have passed since Kodak signed its landmark information technology outsourcing decisions with IBM, Business Land, and Digital Equipment Corp. Much has happened since those bellwether deals: Research firms estimate the current global outsourcing market to be as high as US$500 billion. The number of external IT outsourcing suppliers has swelled to the thousands, far exceeding the small number of suppliers dominated by IBM, EDS, and Computer Science Corp. (CSC) in the early… CONTINUE READING

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