Tag: BT

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.

Outsourcing: Letting Go to Gain Control | White Paper

Outsourcing: Letting Go to Gain Control | White Paper

Outsourcing, seen by some as a relinquishment of control over corporate activities, can provide distinct advantages to a company. Christian Marchetti, Managing Director, Accenture HR Services, and Alex Wilson, Group HR Director, BT, examine the role of outsourcing and how an outsourcing relationship can be effectively managed to enhance control?and help achieve high performance. Click […]

Calling for Help: Outsourcing Helps BT Reinvent Itself | Article

Calling for Help: Outsourcing Helps BT Reinvent Itself | Article

BT was a plain old phone company. Then competition and the Internet changed telecommunication. Where was BT going to find the capital to fund the requisite new offerings? BT outsourced its HR to Accenture. Together the partnership transformed BT.

Mitigating Outsourcing’s Biggest Risks for 2006 | Article

Mitigating Outsourcing’s Biggest Risks for 2006 | Article

Four primary areas of risk await buyers of outsourced services in 2006. Industry experts share their recommendations for handling them.

Insider Views on Trends in Global Sourcing | Article

Insider Views on Trends in Global Sourcing | Article

Where will suppliers outsource work in the next couple of years? And why? There are dramatic changes in attitudes toward this decision!

What’s Next? — Top ITO Trends for 2006 | Article

What’s Next? — Top ITO Trends for 2006 | Article

A new buzz surrounds IT outsourcing. Buyers are taking a new tactical approach to ITO. They want technical innovation, worry about security, and are embracing multisourcing. Read what the experts think will happen in 2006.