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Our view is that solving the immediate need with your provider in a rational and logical way is more important than making contractual statements that may trigger enforced waiting periods and potential future litigation.
CFOs are under pressure to deliver cost efficiencies while aligning themselves with broader organizational growth strategies.
The multinational digital services and consulting provider Infosys offers digital workplace services via a broad and evolving strategy.
As the CFO’s role is expanding beyond core finance and reporting responsibilities and requires visibility across the entire value chain, the focus of finance and accounting outsourcing (FAO) is shifting from saving costs to impacting business outcomes.
A discussion about the implications of the global pandemic on the way we work and practical steps to build business resiliency.
The public health crisis presented by the coronavirus is an unfortunate and very real test of governments and community organizations around the world.
Categories: Third Party Management
ISG leaders offer five pragmatic actions that you can initiate immediately to assure the safety of your global teams, ensure your supplier-managed operations are as secure as possible and mitigate operational risks.
ISG believes that an enterprise network must be part of the ecosystem for digital transformation initiatives to be effective.
The large multinational service provider and consulting company Cognizant offers a comprehensive set of Salesforce services.
ISG sees the combination of T-Mobile and Sprint as a healthy change for the industry – creating a stable, relevant competitor to Verizon and AT&T in the 5G race.
The World Economic Forum ranks cyberattacks as the second most concerning risk for businesses globally over the next 10 years.
There are two schools of thought on the impact of artificial intelligence (AI). The first is pessimistic, the second is optimistic.
ISG Index™ : Le marché du sourcing a progressé de 10% en 2019 dans la région EMEA, propulsée par les entreprises cherchant à réduire leurs coûts dans un climat d’incertitude
La valeur annuelle combiné des contrats du marché en EMEA augmente de 10% et dépasse les 17 milliards d’euros.