When forming services partnerships outside of your own country, there are inevitably going to be elements of culture clash to address. In fact, more often than not, these variations in work culture and lifestyle are the primary reason for project failure.
For US-based customers, Nearshore vendors have the benefit of a deeper cultural alignment with their North American neighbors, but clients are just as responsible as vendors for further strengthening that cultural bond internally.
In this video infographic, we provide 5 great tips for US-based Nearshore customers to prevent culture clash on both sides of the partnership.
What cultural barriers have you experienced in your partnerships? What tips would you offer up for avoiding them? Let us know in the comments below.