Cost is the traditional outsourcing driver. But a new Ocwen study found meeting customer expectationss and management accountability were way more important in helping mortgage companies compete.
Monthly Archives: April, 2005
Credit card companies are outsourcing more than just their call centers. Dan Montgomery of Convergys explains why.
This issue our Other Than India series focuses on Northern Ireland. Liberty Mutual created a captive in Belfast for applications development during the dot com boom when programmers were in short supply. Today the insurance company has 160 people there who can easily travel to Boston when necessary.
Email has become a ubiquitous form of business communication. Financial services firms have to protect the security of these communication because of the sensitive data they contain. Outsourcing email management is the answer.
Should commercial software companies create a captive organization or outsource that work to an offshore provider? Sean Walsh of Symphony Services crunched the numbers and came up with an answer.
Many of us remember watching the Iran-Contra hearings on TV. Over 400,000 nationals fled Nicaragua during the civil war; many settled in the US. Today they have returned home with an affinity for America and good English skills. Sounds like a good base for offshoring.
The media reports how offshoring is putting Americans out of work. This is certainly happening. But David Andersen, a partner at Bryan Cave LLP, describes how offshoring not only saved jobs but also created them for his high tech clients.