Friday, November 25, 2005

Jumana Tower -Dubai Pearl

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A trove of luxury, opulence and style; Jumana Tower - Dubai Pearl is a picturesque dwelling for the crème de la crème, epitomizing dreamy beaches with scintillating sun rendezvousing with the unsullied sands and the cool evening breeze beckoning sultry nights. Overlooking the most exhilarating sights of the city, Jumana Tower - Dubai Pearl offers community living at its best.

Jumana Tower - Dubai Pearl features World-class amenities, services, security and interlinked walkways to all other Dubai Pearl facilities. It also boasts an enviable panoramic view on the skyline of the city, the shoreline, as well as the Jumeirah Palm. Supplementing this inspiring view are the exemplary educational facilities located just around the corner, making Jumana Tower- Dubai Pearl one of the most exciting and attractive residential venues within the entire region.

The transportation infrastructure at the Jumana Tower - Dubai Pearl is strategically located to provide easy access from the adjoining Sheikh Zayed Road via free-flow traffic interchanges, and a direct entry fro


Rock Star said...

The newest entrant in the world of off-shore / outsource providers is Dubai, a United Arab Emirates city state. Using the unusual pitch: “India is a tough place to live.” Dubai is pursuing companies to off-shore / outsource work to the region. Kick-starting an operation for landing a slice of the outsourcing pie, it is determined to grab some of the work being off-shored / outsourced to low labour cost countries, mainly India and China. A David facing battle with two Goliaths, the city state is hesitant to compete in a head to head tussle with the two off-shore / outsourcing giants. But, it is subtly positioning itself as the headquarters of senior or more qualified employees who do not wish to live in Mumbai or Bangalore.

Ironically, it is a plan that has managed to appeal to at least one Indian firm. Dubai Outsource Zone (DOZ), the government agency responsible for the free trade zone project, only recently signed a MOU with a large Indian off-shoring / outsourcing company to bring work to DubaiCity.

Employees of the Indian off-shoring / outsourcing firm with a couple of years work time in the company will be qualified for the move to Dubai. Dangling the carrot of a work transfer is bound to scale down employee attrition rates, a major problem faced by Indian off-shoring / outsourcing companies. It, also, ensures continued company loyalty, as quitting the job will result in the loss of their job permit, end result - deportation.
DubaiCity may be 30% more expensive, but it is possible to get more productivity from the employees, and there will be few who will refuse a transfer to the city state. With potential to become a centre for services e.g. tele-medicine, Western doctors will be able to pass on work to doctors in low labour cost countries.

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