Tag: procure to pay
Infosys Builds Outsourcing Partnership in Mining Sector to Solve Procurement Labor Shortages and Integrate PO with FAO | Article
What happens in an outsourcing relationship when the two partners are willing to go beyond each of their comfort zones to solve an intractable problem? Answer: a win-win for both partners as well as the relationship itself. This is the story of how Rio Tinto, a leading international mining group, and Infosys BPO, its outsourcing […]
Wipro Point of View: T is for Technology, Totality, and Tads Technology has been a cog in the BPO wheel for a while. Today technology is seated at the core of all major BPO deals. Cost benefits are now a given Expectations from outsourcing services are more qualitative in nature Despite the shaken-up economy, BPO […]
Although many organizations have developed in-house expertise in managing the core procurement spend, their non-core spend management continues to be sub-optimal. Procurement outsourcing is a solution that helps companies improvement non-core spend management and capture significant savings. The paper discusses the challenges companies face in effectively managing non-core spend across the entire source-to-pay process. It […]
Finance and Accounting Outsourcing of the Future: More Technology-Enabled Processes and a New Supplier Landscape | Article
Verticalization. Major changes in the supplier landscape. Melding process and technology to boost FAO processes to the next level. Here is what our experts are predicting. Ritesh Idnani, Vice President and Head, Global Sales and Marketing for Infosys BPO, believes finance and accounting outsourcing (FAO) will grow because of four drivers: the deepening of current […]
The New Focus on the Midmarket: Why Buyers and Suppliers Are Excited About the New Possibilities | Article
The midmarket has become the next Holy Grail of outsourcing. This article describes the three reasons why the midmarket will be hot in 2009. It outlines how buyers are driving the market and why suppliers are now finding this market profitable.
From the outset, Microsoft and Accenture implemented several best practices for success in strategic relationships. They included a gain-sharing performance incentives to keep their interests aligned and established performance-based milestones. Microsoft also made sure Accenture had enough funding to make the right decisions to keep the partnership successful.