Manager at Devott Service
18 February 2011 08:14am
Without doubt, China is emerging as a huge and potential market, and not small number of enterprises and entrepreneurs are inclined to enter this market. Moreover, data is so essential to individuals or organizations that need make a final decision. Consequently, china data must be something people call for. Take manufacturing industry for example, “made in China” has been a popular mark in international market so certain enterprises consider China manufacturing industry as an investment target. News about this are spreading over the web and internet, but it is useless without processing into data-a kind of visible product by which decision-makers can analyze and evaluate and predict. It is necessary for getting acknowledged the industry news and trends and expert analysis.
Outsourcing is developing global and multi-field in that it brings many benefits to outsourcers, who gain the advantages of high efficiency, low cost, professional services and internal high performance. While encountering jobs or tasks taking large quantity of labor force, time and energy but non-key business, majority of organizations tend to think of outsourcing providers. Surely there is no exception to China data gathering and sorting out, which is also a job calling for a great deal of time and staff to finish. Outsourcing is a means worth considering. Then selecting an outsourcing vendor is rather important. Here are some suggestions for this.
The provider you finally choose should have the following qualifications at least if no more: China local outsourcing company is more preferably (China data surely Chinese vendors), good fame in the outsourcing industry, rich experience in outsourcing activities and most importantly it has a professional team of dedicated outsourcing experts who can deliver you the timely and efficient and good-quality outputs. Choosing the right provider is the basic step of assuring entering Chinese market successfully. China data outsourcing would be a hot topic!
Keynote presentation (31 slides) by Chris Lee, Founder and CEO of Planet Content Ltd, on content marketing, decision-making process and content strategy checklist at Econsultancy's Digital Cream event in Singapore, on 29th November 2012.
This report, produced in association with United Studios, is aimed at agencies who are interested in the business case and challenges associated with outsourcing digital work. The survey is similar to the Digital Outsourcing Survey carried out in 2008, and shows trends in outsourcing over this time.
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