Office Tiger was founded in late 1999 with an innovative approach to global outsourcing. The company’s employees, especially in India, provided services for corporations, investment banks and consulting firms in the United States, Europe and Asia. Although it was difficult, the idea of ​​selling customers first, by 2004 the company had grown considerably and was prepared for future growth, primarily through acquisitions.

Office Tiger was founded in late 1999 with an innovative approach to global outsourcing. The company’s employees, especially in India, provided services for corporations, investment banks and consulting firms in the United States, Europe and Asia. Although it was difficult, the idea of ​​selling customers first, by 2004 the company had grown considerably and was prepared for future growth, primarily through acquisitions.
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Joseph B. Lassiter,
Johanna Blaxall
Source: Harvard Business School
24 pages.
Release Date: 12 April 2004. Prod #: 804109-PDF-ENG
Office Tiger HBR case solution