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Selecting an Outsourcing Provider-Art or Science?
As there are many different categories of outsourcing services, there are also many outsourcing providers. With many different aspects to consider, how can a

science education  an Outsourcing Provider-Art or Science? Introduction Many companies base their outsourcing provider selection on only one aspect of the outsourcing relationship. Some decide on a perception of cultural fit and on the rapport and relationship developed during the sales cycle between the company's senior management and the outsource provider's sales representative and executive team. A number of companies drive their selection process via a checklist-driven, skill-matching process that attempts to find and

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Oracle


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