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Outsourcing Alleviates Logistical Growing Pains | Article

Outsourcing Alleviates Logistical Growing Pains | Article

Success threatened Wellington Technologies. The HP maintenance provider signed a big contract, but the scope of the win was beyond the capabilities of its existing parts delivery system. And the fact that its parts delivery agreement had penalties didn’t help. After paying those penalties, the company outsourced to meet its delivery challenges and enhance its capabilities.

Why Chile Is Becoming an Offshore Destination | Article

Why Chile Is Becoming an Offshore Destination | Article

Today, companies are outsourcing to other places in the world besides Asia to diversity their risk. Read why both buyers and suppliers are selecting Chile.

Yahoo! Invigorates Its Brand and Reach by Outsourcing to a Brazilian Supplier | Article

Yahoo! Invigorates Its Brand and Reach by Outsourcing to a Brazilian Supplier | Article

In order to remain competitive, search engine provider Yahoo! needed to expand its presence in Latin American markets, searching for a development partner to create hotsites in days, sometimes hours. A Brazilian supplier not only filled the bill but also provides innovation.

Sign Manufacturer Cuts Manufacturing Costs in Half by Outsourcing to China | Article

Sign Manufacturer Cuts Manufacturing Costs in Half by Outsourcing to China | Article

Creative Mailbox and Sign Design outsourced to a Chinese supplier. But things didn’t work well. Switching suppliers solved the problem. BaySource Global, the new Chinese supplier, now not only tweaks the manufacturer’s products but has come up with processes that slashed time to market for new products.

Outsourcing Becomes a Rock Star for Jay-Z’s Clothing Line | Article

Outsourcing Becomes a Rock Star for Jay-Z’s Clothing Line | Article

Outsourcing made the Rocawear mo’ money, to quote a Jay-Z song. The outsourcing partnership grew the brand from $600,000 in sales to $10 million in seven years, doubling the business the first year. And in today’s plummeting economy, sales are up dramatically over last year. Read why.

Growing Nationally With A PEO Partner | Article

Growing Nationally With A PEO Partner | Article

When the government agencies award a contract to IT vendors, they expect them to ramp up staff in a hurry. But carrying staff to potentially service a big contract is as cost-prohibitive as maintaining a large human resources department. That was the challenge for EMCO Technologies, a small Louisiana IT company. It hired Administaff to pick up the HR load so it could land more federal contracts and expand nationally.

Outsourcer Helps Insurer Develop New Business Line Quickly and Efficiently | Article

Outsourcer Helps Insurer Develop New Business Line Quickly and Efficiently | Article

XL Insurance recognized an opportunity in the U.S. casualty marketplace and decided to swiftly expand into the casualty risk management business through a new portfolio of products. But XL’s limited internal resources and fast timeline threatened the venture. Outsourcing made it happen.

Brewing Up IT Success: Outsource Your Network Globally | Article

Brewing Up IT Success: Outsource Your Network Globally | Article

InBev, which brews 204 brands of beer including four global brands–Stella Artois, Beck’s, Leffe, and Brahma–had specific criteria for its network supplier. It needed someone willing to work together to open new markets like China and Russia. It also wanted someone who could work with its ASP and infrastructure provider. BT fit the bill.

Elvis Presley Enterprises Finds an Outsourcer That Protects and Promotes Its Brand | Article

Elvis Presley Enterprises Finds an Outsourcer That Protects and Promotes Its Brand | Article

Elvis Presley Enterprises is counting on its supplier’s online expertise to turn its online sales numbers into a hunka, hunka, hunka burning change.

How Outsourcing Impacted a Company’s Entry into a New Market | Article

How Outsourcing Impacted a Company’s Entry into a New Market | Article

When Geographic Data Technology wanted to enter a new market, it turned to outsourcing to obtain the necessary resources. Its highly collaborative relationship with RMSI changed the buyer’s business processes so it could compete in the new market. The result: outcomes far greater than they imagined.

Managing the Complex Logistics of Global Trade | Article

Managing the Complex Logistics of Global Trade | Article

Global trade operations have increased dramatically in complexity, necessitating knowledge and technical expertise beyond the capabilities of most companies. Here’s what one of the world’s leading companies did to achieve its objectives in this mission-critical function.

Keating Partners with Tech Firms Who Want to Blaze Trails In Canadian Markets | Article

Keating Partners with Tech Firms Who Want to Blaze Trails In Canadian Markets | Article

Want to do business in Canada, eh? American companies venturing into foreign markets, including the neighbor up north, perform better when they outsource CRM to a local.

European Cosmetics Maker Turns to Outsourcing to Enter U.S. Market | Article

European Cosmetics Maker Turns to Outsourcing to Enter U.S. Market | Article

A European cosmetics company outsourced its U.S. distribution when it entered the American market. But it took a couple of makeovers to get it right.

Outsourcing Virtual Warehousing Enables Entry into New Markets | Article

Outsourcing Virtual Warehousing Enables Entry into New Markets | Article

Virtual warehousing is not new, but it’s sometimes not successful. QVC.com outsourced to ensure its quality standards and a seamless experience for its customers would be the result.

Beyond our Shining Seas | Article

Beyond our Shining Seas | Article

To succeed in the United States, you have to do everything right from A – M. But to go international, you have to do everything right from A – Z. A lot of factors come into play that are not present in a domestic market, says David Cisneros, sales and marketing manager for Western Export Services, Inc.

Fast Growth in Hard Times | Article

Fast Growth in Hard Times | Article

Gloom and doom seem to be the operative adjectives as the U.S.’s longest running economic boom ends. In this seemingly bottomless free fall, outsourcing is becoming an important option for businesses determined to shore up their bottom lines by cutting costs as demand for their products and services slows.