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20 Oct 2009
Coming soon. “Outsourcing” simply means using an external company to deliver a service to your business rather than doing it yourself. It can be a good option for organisations that want to concentrate resources on their primary business purpose, without being distracted by other issues. But when it comes to choosing what and how much to outsource, there are lots of options available, each with unique implications for cost, people and service levels. This Guide looks at the practical issues you need to consider, focusing on the areas of finance, HR, IT and procurement.