The benefits and risks of IT outsourcing to Latin America will be explored in-depth during a special one-hour webinar coming January 25th at 2 p.m. EST. “The Agile Alternative: What Does Mexico Have that India Doesn’t?”, hosted by the premiere IT offshoring blog – Nearshore Americas, examines the value proposition of relying on ‘nearshore’ partners to provide custom application development services. Interested Attendees are Invited to Register Today
Geared toward IT decision makers and managers responsible for software development, testing and Q/A, the webinar will address a series of critical issues, including:
- Getting the most from your Oracle investment
- Value added benefits achieved for custom SDLC
- Methods to use to evaluate nearshore vs. farshore providers and outcomes
- How to use agile to pinpoint weaknesses in development cycles
- Examining Mexico-based agile opportunities
The webinar will feature Debra Ferber, Vice President of Development at software firm 4th Source, and John C. Edwards, Vice President of Sales Marketing and Alliances at 4th Source.
“Registrants can expect real thought leadership on Agile software development, and insights on how to balance their offshore/nearshore delivery portfolio”, said Kirk Laughlin, Editorial Director at Nearshore Americas, also a speaker on the webinar. “Agile has grown enormously in recent years, yet understanding of the capabilities driven out of Latin American is still in its early days.”
To register for the webinar, or for further information, contact email@example.com
ABOUT NEARSHORE AMERICAS:
Nearshore Americas is among the world’s most popular media websites covering the offshore services industry, based on web traffic. The brand investigates key trends driving the emergence of Americas-based investment and outsourcing, providing exclusive interviews and case studies, video reports and other features. The site is dedicated to providing valid, high quality analysis about developing successful partnerships in the region. The primary audience for Nearshore Americas includes C-level executives, investors and sourcing decision-makers.