Payroll outsourcing is an excellent way to improve accuracy, streamline processes and offload time-consuming, often tedious tasks to a proven specialist. While the service is designed to simplify life for the client company (and the people in it), without careful planning or adherence to some best practices, the whole thing can get a little complicated. […]
HR outsourcing went through a shake-out over the past two years due to the continual issues around scope and other challenges that buyers and service providers encountered over the past decade. The dust has settled from the revamping efforts, but there are new challenges on the horizon. Here’s what your company needs to know for […]
Scotland Beckons as a High-Quality Outsourcing Location, Especially for the Financial Services Sector | Article
Scotland is not a low-cost outsourcing alternative. In fact, most of the service providers in Scotland also have operations in low-cost locales. Yet Scotland has become an important part of the global mix. Why? “We have been under a bushel. Now it’s time to come out into the limelight and show the world there are […]
Wipro Limited is the world’s first PCCM Level 5 and SEI CMM Level 5 certified IT services company. Today, it is a diversified global business conglomerate with a profitable presence in niche market segments of IT solutions and services, consumer products, lighting, furniture, ecology and energy management, water treatment, and hydraulics. Major group companies include […]
How Outsourcing HR to a Single Provider Helped a Company with Offices as Large as 200 and as Small as One | Article
Steelcase has offices in 20 countries. Some have payrolls of 200, others just one. Every country has different labor laws. Language is also an issue. Outsourcing to just one provider solved the language and legal challenges and gave Steelcase a unified look at its payroll.
F&A Data Management Provider Keeps Brinker International Cookin’ by Archiving and Analyzing Its Data | Article
Brinker International serves more than one million guests in its 1,700 restaurants daily. In 2004, data integration was paper intensive and manual and began to encroach on the Brinker dining experience itself. Outsourcing data management was its recipe for success.
Global payroll outsourcing is a relatively new field. For these services, multinational companies have three outsourcing options for service delivery: Select local service providers in each region and manage them Select a global payroll provider (basically a vendor management model with the global provider managing many local providers) Shared services model of an outsourcing provider […]
2009 should be a busy year for transformation, according to our experts. This story explains how business transformation outsourcing will impact buyers, suppliers, and the deals themselves. It also includes a formula for success in today’s business climate.
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.
Sometimes an outsourcing engagement seems like a good idea in the beginning. But later things don’t seem to work as they should. The partners can only find success by reminding themselves why they’re doing business together. That’s when Pinnacle Hotel Management’s suggestions changed Gevity.
When the government agencies award a contract to IT vendors, they expect them to ramp up staff in a hurry. But carrying staff to potentially service a big contract is as cost-prohibitive as maintaining a large human resources department. That was the challenge for EMCO Technologies, a small Louisiana IT company. It hired Administaff to pick up the HR load so it could land more federal contracts and expand nationally.
When Alan Cartwright became the new finance director of Interdean International Relocation, he performed a routine process review. He discovered several operational deficiencies in the company’s payroll and personnel management areas. A new provider fixed it all, providing a host of business benefits and savings of 10,000 pounds a year.
Three executives, including the president, performed HR tasks when U.S. Energy Services was a small company. When the employee roster exceeded 50 people, it was time to outsource HR. Even though the costs remained the same, the company is getting five times the benefits.
Three smaller providers merged to form PinnacleHealth. What was the Rx for IT? Our core wasn’t running IT, says Dr. Roger Longenderfer, CEO. We needed a partner that could not only build our IT staff and infrastructure but also create a technology roadmap so we could grow strategically. Outsourcing to Siemens did just that.
Charmant’s existing payroll software was outmoded, hard to use, and not integrated into its time and attendance system, which created challenges for the eyewear distributor’s two-person human resources department. The HR manager staked his job on an outsourcing solution . . . which worked.
BTIG, an outsourcing brokerage firm, offers high-priced traders to smaller hedge funds and family-owned funds–customers who otherwise could not afford them. To maintain high-priced staff, BTIG needs to give them the same level of benefits their peers are enjoying. Outsourcing to Gevity allowed it to do this and help the company grow, too.