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Infrastructure as a service - Fujitsu
Providing infrastructure as a catalogue of services attacks expensive duplication and complexity in the technology base, cuts the time to deploy new or changed business processes and drives down costs. The approach is well-proven at the applications level and is readily applicable to infrastructure.
Fujitsu_-_Infrastructure_as_a_service.pdf

Global Sourcing Trends in 2008 - Morrison and Forrester
Morrison & Foerster’s view on the state of the global outsourcing market and their lawyers’ experience with a wide range of sourcing projects in a number of geographic and sectoral markets.
Global_Sourcing_Trends_in_2008.pdf

Procurement Outsourcing - Everest
The value proposition of procurment outsourcing is centred around spend related savings and not labour arbitrage. Consequently the degree of offshoring in PO contracts is onyl around 25% - less than half of the typical offshore component in other outsourcing markets like F+A outsourcing.
Procurement_Outsourcng.pdf

Human resources outsourcing - Everest
The ten-year-old multi-process global HRO market grew over the yearts to reach approximately $2.85bn in 2007. However, the rate of growth has slowed in the last two years and market dynamics are changing with buyers lookin for specific benefits through HRO and suppliers refining their strategies to effectively meet their clients needs at a profitbale cost.
HRO_Everest.pdf

Lift plus Transform - Hackett Enterprise Strategy
The strategic alternatives for business process globalization (BPG) range from “lifting and shifting” to “transforming and shifting.” Across the G&A functions the former scenario represents a total cost savings value of $116.2 million for a Fortune 500 company, whereas “transform and shift” delivers $182.2 million.
Lift_plus_Transform.pdf

Understanding Global Sourcing Services - Infosys
Global sourcing differs from internally developed and operated services. Global sourcing requires working with third-party organisations that operate in different cultural norms, and often, at a different organisational level. All these complexities must be managed in ways consistent with business objectives.
understanding-global-sourcing-services.pdf

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