Tag: economic downturn
Organizations that turn to outsourcing to achieve their business objectives first develop a business case that includes such components as cost savings and avoidance objectives, business value benefits, and risk assessment of potential negative impacts. But what happens when the initial business case stops working because of unanticipated impacts? Both a Deloitte Consulting study and […]
With industry experts predicting such a high degree of change in outsourcing over the next five years, Outsourcing Center asked Peter Bendor-Samuel, an industry pioneer and thought leader, for insights and predictions as to exactly where the industry is headed and what’s driving that movement. Bendor-Samuel, CEO and Founder of Everest Group, an advisory firm […]
This year we didn’t need a top 10 list of important past events and future predictions. The worst recession anyone still working can remember and its impact is our list. Our experts shared their sage assessments. Here’s what they think: Top Events of 2009: ACS: The global recession – pure and simple. The current downturn […]
Finance and accounting outsourcing has gone beyond transaction processing to enter the realm of business transformation. Today, chief financial officers require data to help them make better financial decision.
In today’s world of belt tightened and falling stock prices, how do you fund an outsourcing initiative? Vensure gives entrepreneurs the ability to trade their development projects for equity.
Economic pressures in a down economy ignited a renewed interest in BPO. That flared into a bonfire of interest in finance and accounting outsourcing.
When the dotcoms turned to dot bombs, buyers decided they wanted a supplier with staying power. Today outsourcing buyers wants process, technology and stability.
2001 was the year buyers saw the light and realized they need powerful customer tracking tools.That’s good news for CRM suppliers.
Startups crated while the traditional IT suppliers had a very good year.
We all watched the dotcoms become dot bombs. But you still want to do business with one. Here’s how to structure your contract to lower the risk.