How does asset acquisition differ from outsourcing? Attorneys at Baker & McKenzie explain the legal nuances.
Monthly Archives: June, 2002
Imagine having a fully transportable, fast-speed, secure, wireless network that can immediately operate anywhere in the world. Predictions that such technology is still next generation are now history, and both government and commercial organizations are making a beeline for the system known as UNIPOP
Even though Quicksilver, a fashion retailer, was keeping up with the latest hemlines, its was still using a manual system for inventory control dating back to the Nehru suit. Outsourcing to KWI brought the retailer up to date.
Having doubled its size in one year, Rural Cellular Corporation found it had outgrown its human resources and financial services applications. Outsourcing its hosting and applications to an ASP solved the problem.
What makes an outsourcing relationship work? A perfectly executed contract is NOT the answer. An outsourcing arrangement is a long-term relationship whose expectationss and attitudes must be realistic. Here’s how to do it right.
BP, one of the world’s largest companies, considers it a best practice to outsource as many non-core processes as possible. But outsourcing HR was considered a crucial component of its organizational transformation. Here’s the story of how a groundbreaking deal successfully achieved objectives.
The cost of human capital is so large that it stymies some companies from being able to achieve their growth initiatives. Outsourcing truly makes a difference, as in this story of how a medical billing company handled the challenge and ensured HIPAA compliance at the same time.