Has the tech services industry become overcompetitive?

Steve Hamm

Morton Meyerson has been in and around the tech outsourcing industry every since it emerged on the scene in the 1970s. He was an early employee at Ross Perot's EDS. (In fact, he takes credit for structuring the first outsourcing contract, in 1969, for Pennsylvania Blue Shield.) And later he ran Perot Systems. Now he's a grandfather, runs a family foundation, and he's an investor in tech startups and real estate. I got a chance to talk to him recently because he's backing a two-year-old outsourcing advisory firm called Alsbridge. He has watched this industry through all of the stages of its life cycle, and he thinks its on the wrong track now.

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