Outsourcing on the rise

January 1998
American Printer;Jan98, Vol. 220 Issue 4, p12
Trade Publication
Discloses that a Pitney Bowes Management Services survey has found that outsourcing of business support services is on the rise in the United States. Percentage of respondents who said that outsourcing is absolutely essential or very important to them; Most important criteria in selecting a vendor; Functions which survey respondents plan to outsource in the future.


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