Outsourcing and offshoring
Outsourcing is a tool used by most organisations, enabling them to focus efforts on their core business. While cost saving is still a real driver for any outsourcing arrangement, the use of outsourcing has matured and has become a powerful tool for driving business change.
Our international outsourcing team is a specialist unit that forms part of our wider commercial practice, including a specialist team of employment lawyers across the globe who can advise on the vital legal but also employment-relations aspects of your strategies. We have an enviable track record having worked on some of the largest outsourcing deals of recent years.
Our focus is always on the key commercial drivers behind any outsourcing transaction and managing the risk appropriately, concentrating on areas such as service delivery and pricing and ensuring flexibility is embedded into the relationship. What is key in the current market is extracting value from the relationship, and our advice always helps deliver that value.
This material has been sourced from the Eversheds website.
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