It's greate u making efforts on that direction.
Depends of your geographic preferences; there are
quiet a number of developing countries where IT
slutions could be outsourced. in Asia, India is a
leader so as the Phillipnes and Malaysia. in Africa,
South Africa; Ghana; and somewhat Senegal.
The general trend favours India due to availability of
much cheaper highly qualified professionals in all
It'll much easier to suggest u a resource if u can
answer these queations:-
1.What area(s) is ur company specialize at?
2.What's ur company's geographic preference, Africa,
3.Is the work ur company intends to outsource won't be
affected by time diferences?
--- akwasi adjei <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just convinced my company to export work to a
> developing country. I need sources regarding laws
> about outsourcing work.
> Any resource will be useful.
> Don Osborn <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2004 10:11:15 +0100
> From: Don Osborn
> Subject: Fw: 25th Unicode Conference - March
> 31-April 2,
> 2004 - Washington, D.C., USA
> To: [log in to unmask]
> FYI... If anyone involved in IT projects in Africa
> or, noting the theme of
> the conference, specifically in / for African
> governments, will be
> participating in IUC25, I'd be interested in
> communicating with them. (I
> won't be attending.) TIA...
> Don Osborn
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tex Texin"
> To: "Unicoders" ; "Unicore List"
> Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2004 7:12 AM
> Subject: 25th Unicode Conference - March 31-April 2,
> 2004 - Washington,
> D.C., USA
> > Unicode in Government:
> > Building a Multilingual Infrastructure
> > http://www.unicode.org/iuc/iuc25
> > Washington D.C., USA
> > March 31 - April 2, 2004
> > Register now and save with Conference + Hotel
> Early-bird Discounted Rates!
> > Program Overview
> > ================
> > The 25th Internationalization and Unicode
> Conference will focus on
> > that address the language and multilingual
> requirements of governments and
> > industries around the world.
> > Technologies built on the Unicode Character
> Standard make it feasible
> > to build a multilingual infrastructure that
> satisfies these requirements.
> > This conference will examine the requirements and
> explore recent advances
> > in the state of the art, as well as traditional
> > The Washington DC venue was specifically chosen to
> allow discussion and
> > peer networking around the needs of government
> including topics such as
> > U.S. Homeland Security, and the European Union's
> challenges supporting all
> > its official languages.
> > The Internationalization & Unicode Conference is
> the premier technical
> > conference worldwide for both software and Web
> > This program features:
> > * Enhanced Unicode tutorial (incorporating Unicode
> > * Sessions and panels on working with languages
> within government
> > * Updates to the popular tutorials on: Web
> > Writing Systems, Distributed Systems, and
> Authentic Arabic
> > * Several completely new tutorials such as:
> Internationalization Project
> > Planning, Internationalized Software Testing
> > * Track on Localization organized and sponsored by
> The Institute of
> > Localisation Professionals (TILP)
> > * Sessions on internationalization, including
> topics such as:
> > Scripts, platforms, locales, legacy data,
> > Web internationalization, rendering, and
> > * Sessions on programming: Java, .NET, IBM ICU,
> Oracle, and Testing
> > * Numerous case studies
> > CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
> > Diverse Topics and Formats
> > ---------------------------
> > The conference features tutorials, lectures, and
> panel discussions that
> > provide coverage of standards, best practices, and
> recent advances in the
> > globalization of software and the Internet.
> > Emphasis on Current Government Needs
> > ------------------------------------
> > Language and multilingual requirements of
> governments and industries
> > the world will be addressed in several sessions as
> well as in the
> > Government Track devoted to standards and
> resources for government
> > Everette Jordan, Director of the United States
> Government National Virtual
> > Translation Center (NVTC), will be a keynote
> speaker, kicking off the
> > conference.
> > Exhibitor's Showcase and Panel Sessions
> > ---------------------------------------
> > A forum that highlights the latest advances in
> language services, tools
> > and technologies.
> > Unicode 4.0
> > ---------------
> > The Unicode tutorial and many other tutorials and
> breakout sessions are
> > updated to cover the most recent release of the
> Unicode Standard. This
> > conference is your best opportunity to learn about
> Unicode and
> > internationalization directly from the experts.
> > WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
> > If you have a limited training budget, this is the
> > conference you need. Send staff that are involved
> in either
> > Unicode-enabling software, or internationalization
> of software and the
> > Internet, including: managers, software engineers,
> systems analysts, font
> > designers, graphic designers, content developers,
> Web designers, Web
> > administrators, system administrators, technical
> writers, and product
> > marketing personnel.
> > CONFERENCE WEB SITE, PROGRAM and REGISTRATION
> > The Conference Program and Registration form are
> available at the
> > Conference Web site:
> > http://www.unicode.org/iuc/iuc25
> > CONFERENCE SPONSORS
> > Agfa Monotype Corporation
> > Basis Technology Corporation
> > World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
> > XenCraft
> > GLOBAL COMPUTING SHOWCASE
> > Visit the Showcase to find out more about products
> supporting the
> > Unicode Standard, and products and services that
> can help you
> > globalize/localize your software, documentation
> and Internet content.
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