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Director, OpenShift Strategy at Red Hat. Founder of Rishidot Research, a research community focused on services world. His focus is on Platform Services, Infrastructure and the role of Open Source in the services era. Krish has been writing @ CloudAve from its inception and had also been part of GigaOm Pro Analyst Group. The opinions expressed here are his own and are neither representative of his employer, Red Hat, nor CloudAve, nor its sponsors.

5 responses to “8KMiles – Outsourcing As A Service?”

  1. Eric D. Brown

    Good for companies like 8KMiles….they see a need and are trying to fill it rather than debate what ‘cloud computing’ is or is not.

    Thanks for the pointer to an interesting company.

  2. Euwyn

    Optask is another pioneer in the “labor-as-a-service” space. Optask’s platform automatically connects requesters with the best available provider for a given task, and cusotmers pay by-the-minute.

  3. SpectraMind

    In a conversation with A. Soliman – R&D director in spectramindtech.com – he clarify that all Egyptian software development outsourcing companies are ready to be the best, and this required more concentration in the next three years.

    Egypt is already has worldwide classification as sixth country provides outsourcing services, and is famous of call centers outsourcing, and when we asked Soliman about the applied sciences experiences in Egypt, he answered “Egyptian youth are very connected to modern applied sciences, spectramindtech.com as an example, has large experience in theoretical and applied sciences, and we use it in R&D department to problem solving and optimization of integrated solutions in the field of software development”.

    Moreover, Soliman thought that Egyptian companies are in the right way to become the future of software development outsourcing, and uncovered that spectramindtech.com directors are studying the idea of constructing Egyptian Software Outsourcing Association to provide more facilities to Egyptian outsourcing companies.

  4. IT Outsourcing

    While outsourcing may be viewed as a component to the growing division of labor encompassing all societies, the term did not enter the English-speaking lexicon until the 1980s. Outsourcing is often viewed as involving the contracting out of a business function to an external provider.

  5. Karen Cayamanda

    Cloud computing can very much change the current IT infrastructure of any outsourcing company. The way I see it, this is will be the future of SMBs,