Wisely pursued offshoring and outsourcing can be a key strategy for your organisation to remain competitive and strengthen your market position. When done carefully, contracting a business function to an external supplier (when it is outside the scope of your core competencies) or offshoring a function can drive significant improvements in operational efficiency and effectiveness.
With increased pressure and complicated markets, companies are actively seeking more comprehensive advice with respects to their global delivery and outsourcing strategies. Specifically, the need for guidance exists across the full life cycle of global delivery - from strategy development to optimising and transferring existing arrangements.
We apply our experience in leading and executing large scale global delivery programs with some of Australia's biggest brands to help clients leverage International capability and transform and transition functions onshore and offshore. We plan and execute Global Delivery strategies and help our clients to optimise processes, tools and partnerships to achieve desired business outcomes.
Our Global Delivery services include:
1. Strategy development & case for change
2. Business Case development
3. Future State Organisational and Operating Model Design
4. Transform functions and activities including Automation, Role de-construction and process re-engineering
5. Transition management - including knowledge acquisition, knowledge transfer and parallel perform
6. Reporting, data and KPIs
7. Commercial and vendor management, and
8. Organisational change and communications
How Collagis can help your organisation?
Collagis can help your business to make the right decisions about the transfer of people, process and assets and ensure successful global delivery. Providing advice, planning and management across the end to end process, we can help you avoid common pitfalls and to manage your project to the desired business outcome.
Frequently Asked Questions
what is Global Delivery?
Generally, global delivery also known as offshoring is used to describe a business's decision to replace domestically supplied service functions with imported services produced offshore.
Why do businesses use offshoring?
Global delivery has several benefits including reduction in cost base (low cost locations), greater workforce flexibility (growth and contraction), opportunity to free up internal labour costs, ability to leverage international capabilities, opportunity to focus on core business and strategic capabilities and the opportunity to access specialised skills outside core remit.
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