Interfirm collaboration has long been deemed as a fast strategy to obtain organizational competitiveness. The ability of organizations to obtain information from and disseminate knowledge signifies the importance of whether a firm can achieve knowledge creation among the networked firms and firms therefore can gain competitive advantages. The research was conducted using a qualitative approach; case details were collected from firms involving international strategic alliance. The research aims to investigate the influences of boundary spanners, information technology and corporate cultures on organizational competitiveness in strategic alliances. Findings reveal that boundary spanners, cultural issues and information technology are positively related to organizational competitiveness.