Demand for Engineering Services Outsourcing is increasing, particularly for offshore vendors

| September 1, 2017

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To fully understand Engineering Services Outsourcing (ESO) and its current state in the market, it is necessary to define the functions that are considered engineering services. Engineering services are tasks that involve the nonphysical acts of engineering, such as the preparation, design, and consulting work supporting engineering. One example is the design of a jet engine; however, the actual building of the engine is considered an engineering function.

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