Tag: real estate
Flexibility started early. This was a ground-breaking contract in 1999. With no paradigm, it didn’t take long for the two to realize they made a mistake in scope. Flexibility allowed a 180-degree term. Eleven years later the relationship is going strong, thanks to its flexibility.
Every penny counts. CA restructured 30 offices worldwide in just 90 days. The savings went to the bottom line when the company reported its year-end results to Wall Street.
Many companies don’t achieve the anticipated outcomes in their outsourcing initiatives because they don’t take the right steps up front. Here’s how the fifth-largest homebuilder in the United States built an outstanding outsourcing relationship that produced the outcomes the client wanted.
The American press has dissected how the offshoring trend is affecting US employment. A new study by Jones Lang LaSalle shines a spotlight on how the trend is affecting US real estate absorption. It discovered US call center absorption is shrinking. The study shows where the rents are going.
After it acquired Mailboxes Etc., UPS wanted to expand quickly without diminishing its customer service. It turned to an outsourcer who could handle a variety of processes to open 500 new stores a year. The result: Colliers International was able to open stores in 30 percent less time.
Real estate costs typically are the second biggest overhead expense after payroll. Outsourcing the lease audit function can save money and even save the business.
Jimmy Hanson wanted to invite institutional investors to invest in his real estate management company. But he needed to revamp his accounting systems to meet their reporting needs. DTO’s real estate division solved his problem.
Real estate today is not about doing deals. People are getting over their ‘edifice complex,’ quips Deborah Kops, global lead, real estate process outsourcing for PricewaterhouseCooper’s (PWC) Global Outsourcing Group. She says a sea change is occurring in the industry as companies realize real estate is a form of business process outsourcing that can create profits.
An Interview With Deborah Kops – Location, location, location is the number one rule of commercial real estate. For corporations worried about their bottom lines, the cardinal concern for their real estate should be process, process, process.
Business Process Outsourcing: Australians understand the need to be a part of the global economy but because of its isolation it often has troubles reaching those goals. As an island in the middle of the Asia Pacific, Australia sits in not only an economically volatile region, but it is also a long way from its trading partners, says Roger Fisher, general manager, corporate, Australian Department of Finance and Administration. Outsourcing has
The study results provide valuable information and insights on global trends and developments in this important field, in terms of company experience, executive attitudes, satisfaction levels, strategic benefits, and usage by country and industry.
Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) of corporate real estate has been evolving over the past decade, as companies have turned to outsourcing various functions to specialist firms in areas like facilities planning and property management. Today, some of the largest multinationals are turning to real estate outsourcing as a new business model to better plan and manage their investments for greater returns that will improve the bottom line.