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Educating Universities About Outsourcing | Article

Outsourcing Center, Beth Ellyn Rosenthal, Senior Writer

When you’re 17, one of the hardest decisions you have had to make in your young life is where to go to college. Then, you arrive on campus and have to embark on a whole new way of living away from Mom and Dad. There’s no doubt these decisions can be tough for teen-agers. So, five recent college graduates decided to do something to make this trying time easier. Young Shin was just 29 when he and his fellow Wunderkinder launched Embark.com, a San Francesco application service provider…

The Russians Are Coming! | Article

Outsourcing Center, Beth Ellyn Rosenthal, Senior Writer

Émigrés typically savor the wealth of business opportunities when they land on the promising shores of America. But the partners at Octet Media L.L.C. in New York City learned that their financial future was still tied to the folks back home.

Constant Coverage on Two Continents | Article

Outsourcing Center, Beth Ellyn Rosenthal, Senior Writer

Cost reduction often is the primary push to outsource a non-core area. And when the savings are significant, slashing the costs almost in half, more and more American companies are taking advantage of the lower price, even if the supplier is half way around the world.

Ingredients for a Successful Alliance | Article

Outsourcing Center, Kathleen Goolsby, Senior Writer

Outsourcing relationships work well when each company is able to focus on its core competency. The outcome is even more successful when each firm is a leader in its field. This relationship displays the powerful results when a buyer leverages the best-in-class expertise of a supplier. It is an enlightening case study in how companies should outsource their telecommunication.

Impact on Growth | Article

Outsourcing Center, Kathleen Goolsby, Senior Writer

Unisys and First Travel Corporation: This is fascinating example of how an international IT company moved into BPO outsourcing. Outsourcing its back office gave First Travelcorp two strategic advantages: marketing muscle and cost flexibility. First, Travelcorp could provide new, sought after services for its corporate clients, which provided a competitive edge. The result: Travelcorp landed new clients, the biggest it has ever had. And it was able to turn a fixed cost into a variable one, boosting the bottom line.

Traveling the Path of Opportunity | Article

Outsourcing Center, Kathleen Goolsby, Senior Writer

Brad Boston, executive vice president of Product Development and Delivery for Sabre, the world’s leading provider of information technology (IT) for the travel and transportation industries, says Sabre aims to partner with its customers in developing technology that moves the customers forward (at a good price plan) and improves the customers’ overall business…

Future Sourcing | Article

Outsourcing Center, Kathleen Goolsby, Senior Writer

As part of Professional Services at Compaq Computer Corporation, eBusiness Management Services (eBMS) is an Internet provider company. The company has managed the Microsoft network, including connecting more than 1,600 servers into its enormous server farm, for four years.

In the Beginning… | Article

Outsourcing Center, Kathleen Goolsby, Senior Writer

The creation of Sabre Inc., now the world’s leading provider of information technology for the travel and transportation industries, did not stem from an intent to form a new outsourcing group. It became an outsourcer, says Robert L. Crandall, chairman and CEO of AMR…

Flying High in Close Formation | Article

Outsourcing Center, Kathleen Goolsby, Senior Writer

In the world of travel reservations bookings, no name is better known than Sabre. It processes 40% of all reservations made in the world and links travelers to travel suppliers through more than 210,000 computers at travel agencies, airports and businesses. Nearly every airline in the world relies on outsourcing solutions and services from Sabre.

Prescription for 24/7 Uptime | Article

Outsourcing Center, Kathleen Goolsby, Senior Writer

Years ago, many organizations had software systems that were ‘nice to have.’ In today’s world, though, we need systems to help us compete in the marketplace more effectively. Software systems now have a major impact on our business and enable us to produce higher revenues, higher income, and higher market capitalization…..

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