Understanding how the organizational environment has to function because of virtual needs as well as what the constraints and opportunities are when working with a global network changes the perspective of how many can work within the transnational IT industry. The results which are currently being applied to the industry are based on creating new work environments that enhance quality, culture and the building of an international network.
The first components that are providing a change with the transnational IT industry is the work and quality that is within the environment. The transfer of work which has to be created is offering opportunities to explore new ways of developing a system while providing complexities in an environment that can work internationally and through IT processes. The social and institutional conditions that are created are required to transfer work in a different manner while creating conducive levels to working. If the social needs aren’t met or if policies within the institution are not regulated, then gaps with the transfer of work occur. However, the ability to develop a smooth transition for the institution and social components provide better strategies to find the best resources for both work and the implementation of a different product process. More important, the industrial restructuring which takes place may change the position of the company either positively or negatively, dependent on the way in which the work is transferred through the corporation (Carrillo, 2004).
A second component that is related to the work and quality that is provided is based on service levels that are taken into account across different regions. The service levels are dependent on new ways in which the IT sector is used for the fast pace and demand that is in the environment. The industry is required to have a different level of flexibility and innovations that are a part of the corporation. More important, the service