Baby Boom Generation of Contracts to Rebid or Renegotiate

Jerry Klawitter, Director, KPMG LLP Carlos Llaguno, Senior Associate, KPMG LLP You needed some creative solutions, needed to lower operational and labor costs, needed to free up staff for more strategic initiatives, needed to gain access to world-class capabilities, needed access to industry-specific expertise, needed to better align the internal IT organization with business requirements… […]

Information Security and Outsourcing: In a constantly expanding enterprise, keeping up is hard to do

Greg Bell, Principal, CIO Advisory Today organizations struggle to really protect your information. That’s driven by a lot of different external trends. It could be increased regulation over certain types of data that you have to protect. It could be protecting some corporate secrets and intellectual property. Or it just could be making sure that […]

Outsourcing Transitions that Work: Insights to the Most Critical Juncture in the Relationship

Charles Arnold, Principal, KPMG LLP The contract is signed, and the ink is almost dry. It’s taken a lot of time and effort to find the right supplier and negotiate the deal. But now, it’s finally done and the value can ensue. Not so fast. The most critical time in the lifecycle in any outsourcing […]

Developing Sustainable Outsourcing Strategies is a Multi-Faceted Balancing Act

Jerry Klawitter, Director, KPMG LLP Today’s outsourcing buyers have a wealth of delivery, contractual, provider, and location alternatives from which to choose. Yet, despite their increasing maturity, many buyers are missing the mark in attaining the most advantageous and strategically value-added outsourcing deals. This is in large part due to the sheer complexity caused by […]

Best-of-breed Governance for Best-of-breed Deals

Mark Voytek, Managed Governance Services Leader, KPMG LLP (U.S.) In the past several years, the global outsourcing market for large single-provider deals has flattened. Instead, buyers increasingly are seeking best-of-breed providers for specific services. Shared services centers, meanwhile, are incorporating more services, more functions, and more third-party resources as they strive to improve productivity and […]