Tag: web development
David Litman, the founder of hotels.com, was itching to get back in the game after selling his company. He changed the business model the second time around, relying on people as well as the Web to book travel deals. Outsourcing to Working Solutions made it possible–and successful.
Low margins and the economy put a U.S. marketing company on the ropes. It had two options: go out of business or outsource. Sending the work to the Philippines has helped it survive and thrive.
ESurance® customers take care of their auto insurance needs almost exclusively through its Web site. Visitors can research auto insurance options, compare quotes, purchase policies, and print coverage cards. Like all retail commerce sites, ESurance is faced with the constant challenge of always being available and securely storing data. Outsourcing was the only way to get this done.
When Private Escapes Destination Clubs started its travel and real estate company, it wanted IT expertise without the IT investment. So it outsourced its Web-based reservation system to Managed Business Solutions. The IT platform was such a stellar success a competitor came calling, attracted by the reservation system. Now the new combined entity is the No. 2 player.
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All studies indicate e-commerce is booming and online innovation is on the rise. Here are some ways that outsourcing facilitates retailers’ ability to capture more market share.
The pace of change in information and communication technology in education, including corporate learning programs, has been tremendously fast and has completely altered the teaching and learning process. Here’s the story of how one company used outsourcing to not only adapt to the changes but also manage to grow its business.
INVISTA, which owns brands like Lycra, had promised the industry an online fabric library. The CEO had sent letters to thousands of companies announcing the system would go live by October 4. In June it discovered its supplier was failing. It hired Freeborders, whose teams in the US, Europe, and China delivered the library three weeks early.
Companies focused on R&D and new product development must operate lean. Here’s the story of how outsourcing has enabled one such company to operate ahead of its goals.
FNAC has been selling music on the Web since the early 1990s. But its site was as up-to-date as a vinyl 45. So it turned to an outsourcer to teach it the latest.
Total Support grew from a back-office supplier to an outsourced Kinko’s by offering almost every major BPO process.
In the everyday world of Ecommerce, selective awareness can be a disconcerting challenge to businesses presenting themselves, or their wares, via a website on the Internet. BUT…the truth of it is, this affords any company the opportunity to distance itself from the legions of other sites on the Internet! This is the belief of Jon Pierre Francia, CEO of Mov’n Pictures, Inc. based in Pleasant Grove, Utah. His company (MPI) specializes in animation, film and video for a client list that includes some of the largest advertising agencies in the world…
Innovation, creativity and individualism are the siren songs of this strapping birth child of the marketplace, appropriately dubbed ecommerce. Capturing attention on the Internet, and translating that curiosity into positive action, is the role played by a new breed of creative, outsourcing professionals; they are the web site developers. The manner in which a company presents itself on the World Wide Web can be a make or break decision. According to Mike McFarlane of Kiora, it’s not a decision that should be made hastily. He adds, it can lead the unwary into uncharted waters with a lot of hidden rocks! Professional web design help should be sought.