Anti-Outsourcing views will not impact Technical Support Services Outsourcing.
Plenty has been said and discussed about presidential elect Obama’s, anti-outsourcing views, but industry experts opine that it is unlikely to have a negative impact on technical support services outsourcing. What is noteworthy is that such optimism has nothing to do with Obama’s views and opinions on the subject of outsourcing. The optimism about the future of technical support services outsourcing has more to do with ground realities and basic economic and business needs.
Most experts agree that technical support services outsourcing has such unique characteristics and strengths that it would be virtually impossible for any U.S. President to ignore them. Since non-availability of technical support services outsourcing will only create more problems for U.S. Based businesses, it is unlikely that Obama will introduce new anti-outsourcing rules. Experts are mostly unanimous in their beliefs that the anti-outsourcing election rhetoric will die down as soon as the Dems get down to work and realize the gravity of problems being faced by U.S. businesses and economy.
Technical support services outsourcing firms are also not overly worried about things that may or may not occur in the future. They are instead focusing on things that they do best, i.e. provide high-quality technical support services and help businesses reduce costs and improve efficiency.