The outsourcing industry will continue to grow at a rate of 25 percent annually, reaching $100 billion in annual revenues by the year 2000…
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.
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.
While overall growth will continue throughout the outsourcing industry, functional outsourcing will play an even more dynamic role in reshaping the global marketplace, according to Scott Anderson, senior operating executive, Commercial Sector, MCI Systemhouse.
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).
Aligning Information Technology (IT) and business strategy has been documented as one of the top concerns of CIOs. Network-centric outsourcing can help technology executives reach that goal if they have the proper perspective on control.
When ABB Power Generation Ltd. decided earlier this year to outsource the operation of the client server infrastructure for their total office environment, the Switzerland-based company’s reason was clear. They wanted secure access to resources and skills.
From time to time in InfoServer, we focus on an important development in the outsourcing industry. This month, our discussion centers on a metamorphosis that is taking place. IT outsourcing is moving into the brave new world of network-centric outsourcing, where the emphasis is not on the mainframe or client servers, but on the ability [...]
As many organizations are moving into their second and third generation of Information Technology (IT) outsourcing, they are looking beyond cost reduction to significant business advantage in their outsourcing relationships.