My latest creation

I have just teamed up to create my latest venture called Kush Cognitives (Kush is my son). The firm is gonna make websites, build statistical analysis and offer social media offerings. It’s my latest venture and it merges all my previous ones and skills. After almost 3 years of working on and off with multiple people, this one is with a friend in the US.

Over the years (since 2007) I have made http://virtua-analytics.com (defunct), Swarajya Analytics Private Limited (www.swanplc.com – now sold) and now Kush Cognitives. I have gone through the models of proprietorship and corporation and now partnership.

Kush Cognitives is hosted at Decisionstats.com (as our flagship website) and we have shifted the blog to Decisionstats.Wordpress.com

We are aiming at the startups and small and medium segments first, but we retain capabilities for bigger clients as well. Lesser Bullshit and More Bang for your Buck.

So wish us luck- and if you need any social media advice, statistical analysis to be done, or technical matters of creating websites-This also includes training customization in R , SAS  , and statistical software but from a more practical point of view from a user angle. We are able to cater to both US and Indian clients.

give us a buzz at http://decisionstats.com

regards

Ajay Ohri

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Outsourcing Analytics:Some Trends

1) Eastern Europe has definitely come up and so is China in basic outsourcing processes. For more complex processes India remains the primary destination and sometimes act as managers to East European and China new outsourcers.EU countries delivery centers enjoy less stringent data norms. The Chinese speak much worse English and are better mathematicians. So are the East Europeans.

Some of this out sourcing 2.0 is driven by Indian companies who want to mitigate risks of rupee and have global delivery 24 * 7 and also enjoy EU norms of data protection.

2) Cutting costs through open source software like R, better solutions like WPS could also get big.

You can also see fragmentation to consultants as technology like remote desktop and skype allows low risk  remote working.

Consolidation of KPO and BPO has been problematic and disappointing in expectations at least in India.

Next big big trend depends on how 2008 US Recession and politics plays out as USA remains the biggest source of outsourcing business and trends in this field