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  • n. Plural form of outsourcer.

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Examples

  • Asset Management Services directly to clients or through business partners such as outsourcers and resellers.

    SourceWire Press Release Wire

  • Meanwhile, 42 percent of all cases reported in the survey involved mistakes made at third parties, such as outsourcers, and 36 percent of the cases involved lost or stolen laptops or other mobile devices.

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  • With Dem hopes next week resting partly on whether the big unions will get their members out, the AFL-CIO is gearing up it massive get-out-the-vote operation, with a new 10 million mailer drop and a letter to members from union chief Richard Trumka warning that "the big banks, the outsourcers and even foreign interests are pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into campaigns to smear and defeat pro-union candidates."

    The Morning Plum

  • Because the leaders of those parties talk about jobs jobs jobs but are the chief outsourcers of American jobs.

    Lisa Solod Warren: What the Rally for Sanity and Obama Have in Common and It's Not Politics

  • Wall Street -- and all of the outsourcers and buy-out artists -- have waged relentless war on the American middle class without any concern at all for over all "job creation."

    Robert Creamer: If You're Deciding Who to Support or Whether to Vote -- Follow the Money

  • Joint outsourcing can enable outsourcers to deliver greater benefits, but wider public sector bodies largely seem incapable of working together in this way.

    Improving public sector outsourcing

  • In addition to Indian outsourcers such as Virtusa and Syntel Inc., which Mr. Kinstlinger had as a buy last year and continues to recommend this year, other small-cap IT firms are poised for growth, he says.

    Internet & Computer Services

  • He predicted that large financial-services firms, which had cut back on information-technology services during the 2009 recession, would quickly ramp up spending and use Indian outsourcers—rather than more-costly domestic providers—as they returned to growth mode.

    Internet & Computer Services

  • Mr. Kinstlinger says the trajectory of Indian outsourcers hasn't changed much in recent years: 20% growth per year in the $60 billion-plus Indian outsourcing market "is a wave that everyone can jump on," he says.

    Internet & Computer Services

  • You wouldn't know it from Hewlett-Packard 's most recent results, but as the economy picks up steam, technology's consultants and outsourcers are again doing brisk business.

    IBM Shows H-P How to Serve Clients

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