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Management topics for ITO, BPO, SSC If you are responsible for corporate strategies, IT, operations, HR, finance and more you will find here in-depth information about strategic, operational and legal (incl. data protection) aspects of the concept of outsourcing. This category contains information, analysis, shared views and opinions focusing on the German, Austrian and European market.    

Tatsächlich ist das Finden und die Auswahl eines passenden IT- oder Geschäftsprozessdienstleisters, eines der am häufigsten genannten Probleme von Verantwortlichen in deutschen Unternehmen. Generell herrscht immer noch Intransparenz auf Seiten der Anbieter – auch im Bereich Logistik. Auf dem...
By Ralph Schonenbach, former CEO at Trestle Group, founder and CEO at Envoy AG, Switzerland. Organizations have been outsourcing for several decades covering a wide spectrum of roles and functions.  With all of the years of experience gained by companies...
By Dr.-Ing. Olaf Röper, CIO i.R. and Advisor to CxO’s - As part of an outsourcing agree- ment, the ITO contract partners generally agree on how the future operation is to be carried out. Negotiations on service-level agreements and the...
By Dr. Daniel Stock, Senior Manager, Dr. Florian Meister, Geschäftsführer at Strategic Service Consulting GmbH, Germany, Dr. Alexander Becker, Geschäftsführer PMCS.helpLine Software Gruppe and Burkhard Franz, Leiter Service Management at Lufthansa Global Business Services GmbH, Germany. Shared service centers typically...
The Startup in 2009 and the key strengths as an outsourcing destination Egypt provides unique advantages as an offshoring location for IT and business process outsourcing. With its well-diversified economy and intrinsic growth drivers, Egypt has become a hub for...
NEW EU DATA PROTECTION REGULATION INTRODUCES EU-WIDE REGIME AND REQUIRES MORE TRANSPARENCY AND HIGHER STANDARDS OF PROTECTION Starting May 24th, 2016, the new data protection regulation (Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, hereinafter referred to as...