Establishing collaboration between a nearshore development subsidiary and an offshore outsourcing supplier can present challenges even when the client has an established delivery model for outsourcing projects. With nearshore-offshore collaboration on the rise, a better understanding of the challenges involved is beneficial.
The success of a project depends on the processes that are followed, the people who execute them and the contractual terms and conditions. This subject is all the more relevant to companies who take up work with little background and experience. Understanding some of the common pitfalls that should be avoided by sellers is essential.
With business competition increasing, organizations have turned to third parties for delivery models that offer new ways of fulfilling their information processing and data needs. Managing an IT service is very different from managing IT products and requires new skills. Contract establishment, vendor management and education of the business staff is needed. This paper addresses some of the key areas to consider when contracting for large-scale IT service contracts.
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