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Knowledge Overlap in Nearshore Service Delivery
International Conference on Information Systems
Multinational organizations now increasingly source tasks from nearshore units. While, offshore locations promise superior opportunities for cost savings and access to large scale, flexible workforces, organizations are increasingly distributing work much closer to home (Deloitte 2014). One of the biggest attractions of nearshore locations is proximity. In principle nearshore units are geographically, temporally, and culturally closer to their onshore counterparts reducing the cost anddblp:conf/icis/BrooksRO16 fatcat:xhsa5dsb3bayzljlvi2sjqvqwi