Technology seems to change at mach speed. Companies often don’t have the time or the capital to train their workers to keep up. Outsourcing allows them to plug into qualified specialists when the demand arises.
Yearly Archives: 2002
Money is tight at most non-profits (and at corporations, too!). Antares helped the Ohio MS chapter upgrade its technology within its budget.
Flexibility is an important piece of aviation outsourcing. Attorney R. Allen Naude of Baker & McKenzie shares do’s and don’ts for airlines.
Worried about IT security? Read how a service provider helped a health consortium close off targets of opportunity and cut its exposure.
Web hosters are now adopting many of the outsourcing service strategies of ASPs. One benefit: the provider doesn’t have to compete on price.
Ingersoll Rand, in an effort to achieve dramatic growth, turned to ACS to outsource its accounts payable. But after careful study, the manufacturer decided to incorporate ITO into the BPO equation.
USA Inc., composed of independent agents, wanted to concentrate on growth. Soon its IT department couldn’t handle the volume. So it outsourced policy processing to RIS.
Design your strategy carefully. Source outside the box. Pete Quigney of EDS shares his thoughts on a successful labor procurement.
Wilson Sporting Goods wanted to send 90,000 emails to its golf customers. But it had never done an email campaign before. Outsourcing got the job done.