When a legacy payroll system and its supplier became a burden to an Australian food company, it had to decide what to do: bring the process back in house or find an outsourcing partner. The company selected Aussiepay’s hosted ASP model. The result: the company cut its weekly payroll time in half and reduced administration tasks with self-service, in addition to being able to interface directly with government tax offices.
An Outsourcing Solution for Consumer-Directed Healthcare that Payors Cannot Afford to Ignore | Article
Consumer-directed healthcare (CDH) is causing payors to determine how to meet the challenge of adjusting existing technology so it services individual clients, not just groups. Payors have four choices. One of those, a CDH defined-care platform in an outsourced model is finding great success in the marketplace. Here’s why.
Labor and food costs comprise 60 percent of a fast-food restaurant’s overall costs. Software solutions can efficiently manage the business, but they’re often not cost-effective for small to mid-size businesses and franchisees. Here’s how many restaurant owners benefit from a restaurant-management solution in an outsourced hosted ASP model.
Most retailers lack the ability to efficiently process their vendor-performance information into knowledge that allows them to avoid or recover unnecessary costs from inaccurate shipments. However, there’s an outsourced solution that brings visibility into vendor operations, creating huge competitive advantage. Read what it did for Gottschalks and other retailers.
Pep Boys had to double its regional managers virtually overnight. The company wanted to promote from within but had no systematic way to locate the employees who might be good candidates. Outsourcing solved the problem.
Today farmers can harvest the information they need for their agribusinesses using an unlikely resource, their Internet Service Provider (ISP), who partnered with an ASP to grow a useful portal.
AMO, a debt collection firm, looked at a number of suppliers, then set up a 60-day champion/challenger test. Who could collect more money–AMO’s dialer or the supplier’s system? We wanted to test their situations under combat conditions, says Michael Chamberlain, AMO’s President.
Companies are getting a handle on their travel expenses using ASPs. The reports these programs can generate help buyers win disputes with hotels and wring even greater discounts from them. And now they can keep maverick employees in line.
BancSouth’s telephone bill was 30,000 pages. Employees had to manually search for billing errors. If the bill matched the previous bill by a few thousand dollars, the bank figured it was accurate enough. Outsourcing solved these problems and saved $600,000 the first year.
ATI manufactures 400 cards for video games. Dissatisfaction with multiple suppliers led it to select a single source solution. ASP Parature improved customer satisfaction and decreased incoming call volume by 80 percent through its self-service options.
American Ref-fuel turns garbage into electricity. It outsources everything else. Here’s how the company’s various IT suppliers work with each other to service the energy company. The result: the company that turns waste into energy doesn’t waste energy.
Westjet, Canada’s largest low-cost airline, has grown 30-50 percent every year it has been in business. Outsourcing recruiting helped the airline keep up with its soaring staffing demands.
Before it outsourced, the accounting department of a large manufacturer saw many airplane tickets over $1,000. Today the average ticket price is $320 after outsourcing ticket procurement to Travelocity Business.
An ASP joins with a state university to create a new type of executive training. One result: employers can monitor their employee data like their stock prices, thanks to the technology powering the Learning Leaders Forum.
Email has become a ubiquitous form of business communication. Financial services firms have to protect the security of these communication because of the sensitive data they contain. Outsourcing email management is the answer.
Sterngold, a dental products manufacturer, wanted to sell its good on the Internet. It outsourced the process to speed up its appearance on the Net. Today its Web site brings in $1.2 million a year.