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Calling For Network Solutions | Article

Calling For Network Solutions | Article

Acer Inc., the world’s third largest manufacturer of personal computers, knew it had to make some major infrastructure changes to compete in today’s connected world. It was operating six distinct networks that couldn’t share information. What it needed was a single Web-based, real time, e-commerce network.

Supply and Demand | Article

Supply and Demand | Article

The biggest impact on outsourcing this year will be the scarcity of technical skills. So says Bob Evans, vice president and general manager, outsourcing, at Unisys. Every resource within organizations has been focused on old technology while working out Y2k compliance difficulties…

Future Sourcing | Article

Future Sourcing | Article

As part of Professional Services at Compaq Computer Corporation, eBusiness Management Services (eBMS) is an Internet provider company. The company has managed the Microsoft network, including connecting more than 1,600 servers into its enormous server farm, for four years.

Cultivating A Winner | Article

Cultivating A Winner | Article

At the time an outsourcer’s service offering is marketed publicly, they are not necessarily an outsourcing greenhorn. That is the case with Cognizant Technology Solutions, a provider of application development and maintenance services.

Beyond the Pinnacle | Article

Beyond the Pinnacle | Article

Mention J.P. Morgan and outsourcing these days, and the first image that comes to mind is the much-publicized Pinnacle Alliance.

Skilled Labor: A Continuing Industry Driver | Article

Skilled Labor: A Continuing Industry Driver | Article

Both customers and vendors will be taking a close look at their outsourcing activities in 1999, according to Michael Palma, research analyst for Dataquest…

Those Nifty Little Niches | Article

Those Nifty Little Niches | Article

For Unisys Corp., outsourcing is a business embedded in a product company.

The Tactics of Transformation | Article

The Tactics of Transformation | Article

The outsourcing industry, having matured significantly during the past ten years, faces changes in 1999 that will not only alter the focus of the outsourcing industry itself, but will also transform the companies entering into such transactions.

Beyond Outsourcing’s Legacy | Article

Beyond Outsourcing’s Legacy | Article

In 1999, the outsourcing industry will change directions. That’s the view from Compaq Computer Corp.

Y2K and Beyond | Article

Y2K and Beyond | Article

The outsourcing industry is heading into a ‘somewhat turbulent’ year, driven by the center stage positioning of Y2K issues, realizations that will arise from that work, and an unpredictable economy. That is the opinion of Doug Mellinger, CEO, PRT Group.

Renewed Focus on Financial Performance | Article

Renewed Focus on Financial Performance | Article

As the outsourcing industry heads into the final year of the century, growth will be driven by a blending of the traditional and newer segments of the industry, according to Donna Crane, vice president, marketing, Systems and Computer Technology Corp. (SCT).

The Coming Wave: ERP Meets Business Process Outsourcing | Article

The Coming Wave: ERP Meets Business Process Outsourcing | Article

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions are increasingly attractive to clients who recognize the benefits of enterprise-wide integration of information technology, applications and business processes.

Partnership: More Than A Fancy Phrase | Article

Partnership: More Than a Fancy Phrase. One of the most telling changes in future outsourcing will be the reshaping of relationships as companies continue to move away from cost reduction as the single key driver.

ACS and MedPartners | Article

ACS and MedPartners | Article

This relationship was chosen based on the strong affinity between supplier and customer in particular, the high degree of dependence of MedPartners on ACS.