Small-to-medium businesses in the US are turning to IT experts in Romania. Cost is not the only consideration. They say Romanians are harder working and more reliable with deadlines In addition, they didn’t pester them with requests for payment before the job was completed.
Monthly Archives: June, 2006
In the highly competitive travel and tourism industry, innovation and time to market with products and services are crucial to success. Small companies can compete with larger enterprises by outsourcing because it enables them to move beyond the constraints of their in-house resources.
Call centers can impact a travel agency’s market share because of the large number of customer interactions. Yet a March study of North American consumers sounded an alarm for call centers that don’t have the requisite technology to ensure satisfactory customer experiences. Here’s how two travel-related businesses solved that technology problem.
With competition intensifying, outsourced travel management providers are analyzing spend and integrating their tools with their buyers’ back end systems to stand out from the pack, which now includes traditional procurement service providers.
Danka has an HR solution others may want to copy: It outsourced its entire HR function to Gevity. Here’s how it works.
Booz Allen Hamilton Study: Data Security Is Becoming a Distinguishing Factor When Selecting a Supplier | Article
The firm wanted to know how senior IT executives dealt with the security risks involved in outsourcing. The result is a new report, Outsourcing Security: Concerns Growing. Suppliers, here’s what matters to IT buyers.