When a typical Global 2000 corporation rolls out a sourcing solution, the starting point – at least here in the US – has been from the top (meaning corporate) level. This could be because business units are (or are expected to be) bought and sold all too regularly, rendering the decision to select tools less important or certainly isolated. The problem is that this situation can postpone IT investment at the business unit level – i.e., “kicking the can” to the next owner.
Should Maturing Sourcing Organizations Consider Overseas Solution Providers? [PRO]
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