In this Feb. 11, 2013 photo, Przemek Berendt, the vice president for global marketing at Luxoft, an IT services outsourcing company, works at a company office in Krakow, Poland. Luxof

 

              In this  Feb. 11, 2013 photo, Przemek Berendt, the vice president for global marketing at Luxoft, an IT services outsourcing company, works at a company office in Krakow, Poland.  Luxof
In this Feb. 11, 2013 photo, Przemek Berendt, the vice president for global marketing at Luxoft, an IT services outsourcing company, works at a company office in Krakow, Poland. Luxoft, which is headquartered in Russia, is just one of dozens of international companies that have outsourced key business services to Poland, making the Eastern European country the outsourcing destination in Europe. In fact, the outsourcing sector in Poland is going so strong now that it is even starting to attract workers from Western Europe. Berendt says a key factor in Poland’s attractiveness to companies is the country’s political stability and the fact that as an EU member, it has a strong rule of law and protects intellectual property rights. That’s important for Luxoft, which creates trading platforms for investment banks and automotive software. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)