A new report from the Everest Research Institute found the midmarket accounted for more than half the full-service HRO transactions. Eight trends are converging to make it the fastest-growing segment of the HRO market.
Monthly Archives: March, 2005
When Circuit City spun off CarMax, the car retailer had no HR department. CarMax had to decide whether it should gear up PeopleSoft and keep the function in-house or outsource. Outsourcing won because of the supplier’s depth of functions in addition to the cost savings.
A Convergys-sponsored study on workforce agility discovered many companies are overspending as much as 10 percent through things like excessive headcount and inappropriate training. And they could add another 10 percent to the bottom line if they hired the right people. Bonnie Tichman explains.
Inspired by Indian success, other countries are attempting to find their own niches in IT outsourcing. This story on Belarus is the second in a series on offshore locations other than India.
VoIP slashed turnover and capital costs at a national call center operation without sacrificing voice quality. Five9’s ASP solution sounds good to customers. Third in a series about this new technology.
Archstone Consulting/Duke University Offshoring Study: Respondents Reported 30 Percent Annual Savings | Article
How much money do companies really save offshoring? This new study answers that question scientifically: 63 percent saved more than 30 percent and 14 percent banked more than 50 percent.