Hindu Mommy

November 1, 2006

Indian cities best for outsourcing operations

Filed under: India — hindumommy @ 11:48 pm

YAY for India. Of course, it comes as no surprise to most of us  …

According to a survey conducted by NeoIT, New Delhi tops the list of cities in the world for companies looking to setup offshore back office operations followed by all the other major Indian cities – Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai and Kolkata.

Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City is the most attractive non-Indian destination for offshoring jobs, followed by Manila, Shanghai and Moscow

New Delhi was top among the Indian cities due to its relatively low cost of living and, by Indian standards, fairly good infrastructure.

You can read the full survey at Global City Competitiveness Survey



  1. This is interesting, I thought it was Bangalore, I guess it’s because the turn of phrase for losing one’s job to another in India is “to be Bangalored” or in keeping with the new name should we say “Bangaloorooed”? 🙂

    Comment by Lotus Reads — November 5, 2006 @ 10:21 pm | Reply

  2. I think Bangalooru is known as the hi-tech mecca but the fast increase in population is definitely taking a toll on the infrastructure…so I can see companies which are starting new operations in India wanting to give it a miss(I might as well start using the new name though I still can’t get Mumbai…Bombay just slips out 🙂 )
    Delhi has a lot of call centers and medical transcription centers and is becoming the new “hot” city

    Comment by hindumommy — November 5, 2006 @ 11:48 pm | Reply

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