Oct. 31, 2011–A Bnei Brak Firm offers in-country computer outsourcing services – with a staff of Hareidi women doing the programming. For the past decade or so, outsourcing has become sort of a holy grail for business. The more work you could export abroad to low-cost work environment (read: India or Eastern Europe), the more money your company could save.
While this strategy may make sense for manufacturers of say, widgets, it’s not a good strategy for companies or entrepreneurs who need help developing computer programs. Not that many haven’t tried; but more often than not, individuals who have tried to outsource programming work to save money have found that they “paid” for those savings in extra frustration, with programmers whose work leaves much to be desired, to say the least.(Arutz 7)