When outsourcing offshore, some critics are like tropical storms that rampage and overwhelm the regions you’ve selected. Offshoring has long been a target of negative criticism for stealing jobs with political critics claiming that the negative effects are often magnified compared to gaining the benefits they are supposed to gain.
These same critics often cite the fact that much risk is being taken when transferring important processes to places they have no complete control over. Failure can be due to poor communication; political unrest; even arbitrary changes in the economic policy of the outsourced country. And of course, there’s always the association between poor infrastructure in developing countries and the negative effects on quality or timeliness.