A lot of small business owners are great at their business but not at handling their finance and accounting processes. This causes them to make poor decisions that could sink their business. Here’s a flexible outsourced solution for this process, and it’s totally geared to small businesses.
York Day School in California adopted solar power in a unique outsourcing relationship with Solar Power Partners, a finance company for solar projects, and Blueline Power, a solar power integrator. The relationship provides the school with electricity at a competitive rate guaranteed for 15 years. Outsourcing reduced the school’s carbon footprint and creates a progressive image, which helps with fundraising.
Telephones are sooo 1970s. The Salvation Army, however, is using phones in a very twenty-first-century way, thanks to outsourcing. And, the charity is saving significant sums, too.
The Community Health Plan of Washington had an enviable problem: its growth rate topped 300 percent a year. It needed a supplier who could handle that growth. Adaptis, with offices in the US and India, was just what the doctor ordered.
Shrinking budgets and a growing reluctance to travel are causing companies to prefer distance learning solutions. Cost makes outsourcing a good choice.
Money is tight at most non-profits (and at corporations, too!). Antares helped the Ohio MS chapter upgrade its technology within its budget.
The Salvation Army knows how to collect donations. But setting up a new accounting database that served 493 locations was a battle won by an outsourcing supplier.