Does GM's reversal of IT outsourcing indicative of a wider trend?
jluppino 1 year ago
General Motors is doing something that I didn't expect; ending IT outsourcing and opening four new IT centers in the US. This means hundreds of IT jobs in the near future, and could mean multiples of that further down the road. Is this an outlier event, or is this part of a larger trend to move away from outsourcing IT (many times to other countries) and instead bringing it back under the roof here in the USA? I obviously hope so!
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