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Having brought back the call centres from Egypt to NZ, this inspired the move of IT in Vodafone back to NZ. CTO Sandra Pickering Latest Mailing Database said at the time, "It is more cost effective to hire New Zealand IT professionals". If this is the case and given that the cultural differences are less than traditional offshoring countries, surely this makes NZ a perfect place to become an Outsourcing haven, providing On Shore, Near Shore and Offshoring? Vodafone moved its offshore Latest Mailing Database development from India back in House. For some companies it is critical that they retain IP over products, services and applications.