BEIJING, China, November 14, 2007 / Beyondsoft Corporation ("Beyondsoft"), one of Asia's most experienced outsourcing service providers, both attended and sponsored the recently held 4th Global Sourcing Summit in Xi'an, capital of Shaanxi Province. Jointly organized by the Chinese Ministry of Information Industry, the Ministry of Commerce and the Shaanxi Provincial Government, the summit provided a platform for global customers and service providers to discuss the evolution and future development of China's service sourcing market.
Among the participants at this summit were senior executives from global outsourcers and IT companies, representatives of MNCs, large Chinese outsourcers, Chinese outsourcing service providers and government representatives.
They discussed topics such as new trends and developments in global outsourcing, China's growing appeal as a leading outsourcing destination, and improvements in IPR protection in China.
Beyondsoft was a Gold Sponsor of the 4th Global Sourcing Summit. Company representatives exhibited Beyondsoft's growing list of high quality ITO and BPO services.
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.