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(Revised July 2007)
OfficeTiger was founded in late 1999 with an innovative approach to global outsourcing. The company's employees, located primarily in India, provided services for corporations, investment banks, and professional services firms throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. Although it was hard to sell the idea to customers initially, by 2004 the company had grown considerably and was preparing for future growth, mainly by making acquisitions.
Keywords: Mergers and Acquisitions;
Globalized Markets and Industries;
Job Cuts and Outsourcing;
Growth and Development Strategy;
Lassiter, Joseph B., III, and Johanna Regine Naunton Blaxall. "OfficeTiger." Harvard Business School Case 804-109, April 2004. (Revised July 2007.)