New influences on outsourcing in 2009 include such factors as SOA, green IT, and the convergence of technology and business processes. Each will impact the value proposition and decision making. Here are the insights that will help to prepare your company for these impacts.
Monthly Archives: November, 2008
Companies are facing new considerations in their decision making at different points in the life cycle of outsourcing. Pricing models, controllability of offshored work, managing outsourcing relationships, and a new source of value creation will impact decisions in 2009. But the biggest impact on decision making will come from a watershed event regarding platform BPO, which occurred in 2008. Here’s what you need to know to be ready for outsourcing decisions in these aspects.
The industry is now beginning to approach infrastructure from a stronger process orientation. This will dynamically alter the value proposition, offerings, pricing, and other aspects of infrastructure management. It is also causing infrastructure process reengineering. Here are the insights you need for outsourcing infrastructure over the next few years.
HRO and talent management processes are taking some dramatic turns. Here are the insights you need to know about what’s happening with the value proposition in both of these areas and how decision-making needs to be altered going forward.
The U.S. economic problems have impacted outsourcing in several ways, as has the increased focus on innovation and R&D in outsourcing arrangements. Both are affecting the initial stages of outsourcing decisions. Here’s a look at these trends and how they may affect your company.