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Innovation from the customer and the chain perspective

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Abstract

Ordina uses offshore sourcing for developing and maintaining software. To this purpose, it went into partnership with a company from India. For labour-intensive services that are not tied to one location, there is free choice with regard to location. Criteria are in that case knowledge and skill, the cost of labour etc.

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Organ Ization Vision Development Basic Facility Supply Organization Chain Perspectiv 
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10. Innovation from customer and chain perspective

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