How Global Service Delivery Affects Overall Performance

March 20th, 2008 |
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Join BearingPoint managing director Gil Mermelstein to explore Global Services Delivery and how it can reduce costs while still providing several opportunities for growth. While many companies, especially in the capital markets industry, have done a lot around realigning their global footprint, there are many organizations that are just beginning. Countries such as India and others in Central Europe have seen the most action, as more and more companies look towards outsourcing.

It’s the major cost reductions and expedited service deliveries that have many companies turning to Global Services Delivery. There are so many opportunities around re-engineering their current operations and improving their speed to market quality. To develop a successful plan of action, a company needs to be given a thorough evaluation of their current program. Once we understand where a company currently stands, it’s easier to recommend changes to their current infrastructure. Ever company is different, which means that for each client, the strategy we advise is customized to fit their needs.

We not only work with some of the most distinguished experts in the field, but individuals with a deep domain expertise. It is our expertise that will provide you with measurable results in both your bottom line and overall performance.

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