As part of our commitment to continuously monitor the training marketplace for the best providers and services, we announce the Training Outsourcing Companies Watch Lists. The 2013 Watch List recognizes eight companies from across the globe that provide outsourced learning services.
Selection to the 2013 Training Outsourcing Watch List is based on the following criteria:
Innovative service offeringsAbility to provide services on a global basisUnique and proven approach to Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) solutionsQuality of client served
Each company who participates undergoes extensive research, including thorough analysis of their capabilities, experience, and expertise. The end result is a list that acknowledges companies poised to capture share in the training outsourcing marketplace.
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Many companies pursue business process outsourcing to trim costs. But it can evolve into much more.
The number of companies that outsource critical business processes to outside suppliers has been growing significantly worldwide. In 2012, companies outsourced some $309 billion of services — activities including finance and accounting, human resource management, procurement and legal services — and the overall volume has been growing at a rate of around 25% annually.
Although many organizations initiated business process outsourcing (BPO) as part of an effort to reduce costs or acquire new skills, it has since evolved into much more. In relationships companies classify as high-performing, service providers deliver substantial long-term improvements to the client’s operating efficiency and strategic performance.
These types of innovations require companies and service providers to work together. BPO providers do not need incentives to improve their own revenue or margins, but they do need them to focus on the client’s performance. While partners may incentivize innovation by using mechanisms such as productivity targets, allocating innovation days and agreeing to gain share on innovation projects, innovation won’t happen unless clients and providers implement a more comprehensive process that combines acculturation across different organizations, an engaging method for generating ideas, adequate funding and a system for managing change.
Economic Times SMAC opens new avenues for domestic IT-BPO vendors mydigitalfc.com The disruptive technologies of social media, mobility, analytics and cloud computing (SMAC technologies) have opened new gates for the Indian IT-BPO vendors.
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