Offshore Outsourcing Pioneer GE to Hire 1,100 American IT Workers

Partner David Rutchik provides analysis in this article about GE’s decision to bring a significant amount of its offshoring business back in-house and hire a vast engineering team in Michigan. Sample excerpts: “David Rutchik, partner with outsourcing consultancy Pace Harmon, believes GE's decision to recruit local IT workers points to its desire to bring architecture, product and program management, and other strategic roles in-house to drive differentiation in products and services…‘Low-cost, rural locations are also growing more attractive to American CIOs due to high unemployment rates and an increased interest in supporting U.S. job creation,’ says Rutchik.”