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Cyber Media comes up with magazine on global outsourcing

24-August-2004
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Cyber Media comes up with magazine on global outsourcing

Gurgaon-based Cyber Media (India) Limited (CMIL) has launched a new monthly magazine, named ‘Dataquest Global Outsourcing’. Hoshie Ghaswalla, President, Publishing, says the magazine aims to provide a wholesome perspective on the outsourcing scenario – the complete what, where, why and when of outsourcing. The publication takes credible and unbiased views on the complete management of outsourcing work across aspects- destinations, legalities, financials, issues etc,” he said.

Elaborating more, Ghaswalla said, over 25,000 copies of the first issue printed in July end have been circulated in key markets like Australia, Brunei, China, Europe, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New York, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Philippines,UK, USA and Vietnam. In India, the copy is priced at Rs 120. An extensive research was conducted by IDC on the topic before CMIL finally launched the issue.

Citing examples from the editorial content of the pilot issue, he said both international and national industry experts had contributed tremendously. Comprehensive reports were available on export of work, off shoring and call centers etc. Key questions in these arenas have been successfully answered in well-drafted reader-friendly format. Besides this, there are extensive interviews of top honchos like Paul Maritz, Founder , PI Corporation and ex Group VP , Microsoft, Steve Gordon, President, Four Seasons and others. In all the magazine will cater to the needs of all players involved in the outsourcing industry, Ghaswalla said.

Cyber Media has publications in different arenas like infotech,telecom, consumer electronics, biotech, internet etc.

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