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Troubled Outsourcing Arrangements: Strategies and Tips for Managing Difficult Issues
There are a number of practical steps that outsourcing customers can take when an outsourcing relationship develops serious problems that cannot be solved through normal governance processes.
Worldwide
4 Aug 2009
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Negotiating Indirect Procurement Outsourcing Agreements: Differences You Should Know
Indirect procurement outsourcing deals may seem like other standard business process outsourcing deals, but don’t be fooled by the similarities. Indirect procurement is different and requires certain contract terms that are unique from those used in other outsourcing deals.
United States
30 Aug 2007
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Negotiating Indirect Procurement Outsourcing Agreements: Differences You Should Know
Indirect procurement outsourcing deals may seem like other standard business process outsourcing deals, but don’t be fooled by the similarities. Indirect procurement is different and requires certain contract terms that are unique from those used in other outsourcing deals.
United States
28 Aug 2007
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The Optimal Approach for Sole Source Outsourcing
Nearly all outsourcings start with some measure of supplier competition, even if only short lived. The customer typically has some amount of interaction with multiple prospective suppliers before settling on one. That is where the paths of outsourcing customers may diverge. Some customers follow a competitive bidding process, obtaining commitments to price and business terms from multiple suppliers. Other customers go to substantive discussions with just one supplier. Th
United States
10 Jun 2004
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"Extraordinary Events" in an Outsourcing Relationship: Managing Acquisitons and Divestures
One of the keys to a successful outsourcing relationship is flexibility—in the contract terms and in the relationship. Flexibility is required to meet ever-changing business needs through the life of the deal. This flexibility is put to the test when a customer experiences an "extraordinary event" such as a merger, acquisition or divestiture.
United States
10 Jun 2004
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