Alsbridge: Balancing the Risk and Reward of Outsourcing Contracts
Benefits in one area can negatively affect other parts of outsourcing contracts, Alsbridge says.
The optimal outsourcing arrangement may not necessarily be the least expensive. A company's top goal should be to develop an agreement that meets the business's needs throughout the contract term. The paper describes characteristics of a sound outsourcing contract.
Remember that returns in one area can negatively affect other parts of the agreement. Alsbridge's guidelines help businesses align outsourcing contracts with strategies and requirements.
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