BEIJING, China, December 19, 2007 / Beyondsoft Corporation ("Beyondsoft"), one of Asia's most experienced outsourcing service providers, recently presented at the 1st Global Outsourcing Summit held at the Tianjin Binhai New Area, a rapidly developing regional hub and the "Gateway to North China".
The summit was jointly hosted by the Tianjin municipal government, the Asia-Pacific CEO Association and the International Outsourcing Center. Government officials, outsourcing professionals as well as international business leaders and academics convened to discuss the latest developments, policies and strategies in the outsourcing industry. Beyondsoft shared with participants its ideas on boosting growth and competitiveness.
The summit took the theme: "Outsourcing – the Second Wave of Global Economic Integration". Topics like the positioning of global outsourcing destinations, and company brand and capital management were examined during roundtable discussions. With more than 12 years' outsourcing experience, Beyondsoft's perspectives on these issues were well received by the other participants.
Beyondsoft is a leading pioneer in the software outsourcing service industry in China. Since its establishment in 1995, Beyondsoft's strategy has been to provide a wide range of ITO and BPO services to its global clients, based on its global sourcing channels capacity and global delivery capability. Headquartered in Beijing, Beyondsoft also has offices in the major cities in China, the U.S. and Japan. Combining custom delivery models for onsite, offsite, offshore and BOT, the CMMI-certified company offers a variety of end-to-end software engineering services. Whatever the model chosen, Beyondsoft maintains a laser focus on service delivery quality, information security, enterprise infrastructure and management processes.
Beyondsoft's customers include Microsoft, IBM, HP, Siemens, Google, NEC, Adobe, AIG, Alcatel, Apple/Filemaker, AutoDesk, BEA, Canon, Fuji Xerox, Honeywell, Kyocera, McAfee, Oracle, SAP, Sony Ericsson, Sun Microsystems, Symantec, Texas Instruments, along with other Fortune 500 companies.