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outsourcing

verb contracting with outside sources, disposing of, eliminating work, eliminating workers, going outside, hiring outside sources, retaining others, retaining outside sources, subcontracting
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Firms that rely heavily on outsourcing will find other ways to groom staff members, counters Mark Albrecht, CPA, developer of Xpitax outsource software (see "Choose an Outsource Provider," page 60).
But some say partners who manage and monitor the outsource process may find the value of their time makes offshoring more expensive than doing the job in-house.
No matter what an organization needs, tax cosourcing offers ways to strategically outsource only those tasks that you deem appropriate, leaving the most valuable resources and activities to the company's internal staff.
The market uses transformational outsourcing as a buzzword meaning a relationship where competitive advantages are created for the client and also for the outsource providers," she adds.
In recent years, globalization, falling telecommunications costs and technological advances have made it possible for firms to outsource almost everything they need to run a business.
We are constantly seeking highly skilled tax-consulting and tax-compliance professionals, and employees coming on from an outsource situation who are redundant will be offered other positions in the firm's tax practice assuming they meet our criteria.
Blue Gross of Northeastern Pennsylvania, which currently outsources implementation support for a new claims system and gap analysis for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act compliance to an Indian firm, also plans on keeping the country at the top of its list when looking at future outsourcing opportunities.
Outsource Selected Tax Functions: A major advantage of a tax department performance improvement study is that it will help identify those tax functions that cannot be efficiently performed with existing in-house resources and are prime candidates for outsourcing.
This study seeks to understand payroll and payroll tax filing trends for companies that outsource or retain those processes in-house.
3 percent of responding organizations reported that the vast majority of their recruitment processes were outsourced and roughly 20 percent reported that they do not outsource at all, nearly three-quarters of organizations reported a portion of their processes were outsourced.
Human resource management is a low priority for manufacturers looking to outsource
Vodafone Hutchison Australia Outsources Network Operations to