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Mohan Babu, Technologist, Consutltant and Author

Mohan, an Indian born Technocrat, currently with Infosys, has been in the field of Global Software Development, consulting and management for over a decade. His passion and interest in the workings of offshoring and outsourcing has inspired him to write a book "Offshoring IT Services"View All Research by Mohan Babu K.

William Martorelli
Principal Analyst

Bill is a principal analyst in Forrester's IT Services group, with research responsibility for subjects including outsourcing, global sourcing strategies, utility-based services, managed services, business process outsourcing, application hosting, and Web hosting.

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Vinnie Mirchandani
Deal Consultant

Vinnie Mirchandani, a former technology industry analyst (with Gartner), outsourcing executive (with PwC, now part of IBM) and entrepreneur (founder of sourcing advisory firm, Jetstream Group). He has personally helped clients evaluate and negotiate technology contracts valued in excess of $ 5 billion and has consistently advised companies on IT risk management, globalization and sourcing issues.Deal

Paul Tjia, Consultant and author Paul Tjia, the founder of GPI Consultancy, wrote a book on international IT collaboration, together with Professor Erran Carmel (American University, USA). "Offshoring Information Technology. Website
Mark Kobayashi-Hillary
Consultant and author

Mark is an author, journalist, consultant, commentator and speaker on offshoring and globalization. He is a founding member, british computer society working party on offshoring and visiting lecturer london south bank university.Mark's homepage

Experts on Offshoring in the Academia

Mary Cecelia Lacity
Professor, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Fifteen years of research, five books and countless articles have earned Mary Lacity, a professor of information systems at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, a reputation as one of the world's foremost experts on IT outsourcing.

Professor Erran Carmel
Associate Professor, Kogod School of Business

Prof. Carmel's area of expertise is global software development. He studies globally dispersed software teams, offshore sourcing of IT work, and national policy issues surrounding software. His 1999 book Global Software Teams was the first on this topic. His 2005 book, Offshoring Information Technology, covers the range of topics that managers need to know about offshore work. He is also Associate Professor Information Technology Dept, Kogod School of Business, American University Washington DC, USA

Arie Y. Lewin
Professor, Duke University Fuqua School of Business

Offshoring Research Network's Lead Principle Investigator and Executive Director Professor, Duke University Fuqua School of Business Director, Duke CIBER

Dr. Amar Gupta
Professor of Entrepreneurship,University of Arizona

Dr. Amar Gupta is the Thomas R. Brown Chair in Management and Technology; Professor of Entrepreneurship, Management and Organizations, and MIS. His principal areas of interest include. Homepage

Ajay Bhalla
Lecturer in Information Management
Ajay Bhalla focuses on Information Technology, Wireless Technologies, Entrepreneurship, Family Firms at Cass Business School, City University, London. Homepage
Christine V. Bullen
Professor, Wesley J. Howe School of Technology Management
Dr. Bullen is the director of IT Outsourcing Program, Wesley J. Howe School of Technology Management, Stevens Institute of Technology. Homepage

Ritu Agarwal, Professor University of Maryland

Professor and Robert H. Smith Dean's Chair of Information Systems. Research interests include Organizational diffusion and management of innovations, and Management of information systems professionals. Homepage

Guodong (Gordon) Gao
Assistant Professor,
Robert H. Smith School of Business

Dr Gao is an Assistant Professor, Decision and Information Technologies at Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland. His research interests include Business Value of Information Technology (IT) / IT Productivity, Information Systems and Organizations, Internet and Industrial Organization and Outsourcing, IT-enabled organizational change such as flexible work arrangements (i.e. telework). Homepage

Jonathon Cummings
Associate Professor of Management, Carnegie Mellon University

Professor Jonathon Cummings is an Associate Professor of Management at Carnegie Mellon University. His Teaching/Research Interests include : Geographically Dispersed Teams, Scientific Collaboration, Managerial Effectiveness. Homepage

Linda M. Cohen
Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Linda M. Cohen is a Ph.D. candidate in Strategy. In addition to practice as a registered architect, her work experience includes strategic planning, project management, social science research, teaching, and freelance photography. Homepage

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