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In this presentation from The European Summit for Leaders in Finance Shared Services and Outsourcing 2012, Bob Leenen, Finance Director at Ingersoll Rand, explains how finance transformation programs can revitalise your shared services.
Cheap operating costs may be appealing to you. But have you considered the price of your service quality deteriorating? Merck Shared Services established SSCs in high-cost locations such as Germany and the US. Why so?
One of the best ways to learn what are the key elements for shared services success and what things you should watch out for on your shared services journey is to hear how others have already done it.
Wouldn't you like to have the power to transform any SSO into one recognised externally as a high performing SSO?
In this presentation, Tim Long from GEODIS, discusses 4 potential operating models shared services organisations can adopt and how you can sell it to senior management.
“Let’s make process improvements and quickly” - a typical comment from your CFO to ensure they meet their targets.
Which direction is shared services heading? This session explores the top nine key issues unravelled through in-depth interviews with 20 of the world’s leading companies.
Unisys, a major integrator and outsourcer for IT tasks and had a mature shared service center with a focus on “value add” activities. At last year’s Summit for Leaders in Shared Services, Unisys presented on how they identified the culture traits that support the shared service center as well as the wider business.
Approaching outsourcing, given the disruption involved, can be very unsettling for you. Here is some advice on how to prepare for outsourcing.