Reshoring to Rise in 2013? Understanding the True Costs of Offshoring

Norwell, MA, May 28, 2013 –(– Global Industry Director of To-Increase, Luciano Cunha, identifies key problems arising from offshoring and contrasts the potential outcomes of offshoring with those of reshoring.

Cunha elaborates on three major problems manufacturing organizations encounter with offshoring:

· Poor Quality
· Increased Costs Long Term
· Lost Jobs

“For now, reshoring with advanced discrete manufacturing principles begin to make more sense on quality, costs and jobs for those trying to move product to production,” writes Cunha.

Cunha argues reshoring is more practical and beneficial to manufacturing organizations than offshoring, yielding a greater, positive impact on the economy, the company and the consumer.

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As a global ISV and Microsoft Gold Certified partner, To-Increase develops solutions for industry verticals, including highly specific Industrial Equipment Manufacturing, retail, wholesale, construction, distribution, and professional services segments. We offer end-to-end solutions built on Microsoft Dynamics AX and Microsoft Dynamics NAV, along with a wide range of business integration and add-on software for Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM solutions. We also develop e-Con, the leading sales and product configurator for Microsoft Dynamics. To-Increase has been recognized as the Microsoft Dynamics Outstanding ISV of the year for both 2009 and 2010, and has been a member of the Microsoft President’s Club and Inner Circle for three consecutive years. Our solutions are delivered worldwide through a network of highly trained partners.

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