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Is an “In-House” Application Development Org Necessary?

Is an “In-House” Application Development Org Necessary?

The Application Development function is fraught with challenges, complexities, and can require hard-to-find resources. So, does it make sense to keep this function in-house? If you do outsource, why do only partial outsourcing? How would you plan and execute the complete outsourcing of an Application Development function?

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Ben Trowbridge

Ben Trowbridge, Founder and CEO, Alsbridge

Ben Trowbridge is the Founder and CEO of Alsbridge. Alsbridge draws upon Ben's many years of experience in the offshore, outsourcing, and shared services sectors. Ben effectively guides Alsbridge as it engages client firms and develops new ... More   View all posts
Laurent Rotival

Laurent Rotival, Senior Vice President and General Manager, GE Healthcare IT

Laurent Rotival is a Senior Vice President and General Manager for GE Healthcare IT (HCIT), a $1.8 billion segment of GE Healthcare. GE Healthcare IT is a global leader in delivering information technology solutions that support high-qualit... More   View all posts
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