Tech/ITO

IT Outsourcing is the use of external service providers to deliver IT services, such as application development & maintenance, as well as infrastructure solutions for businesses not generally in the tech business, allowing the customer organization to focus on their main business or cut costs and maintain their position in the marketplace. This can also include software-as-a-service (SaaS), Cloud & Mobile solutions, as well as cyber-security and other related IT managed services.

What’s on the Minds of CXO’s Investigating RPA & Intelligent...

Our new Cognirati video blog, created by IRPA founder Frank Casale, delivers a sneak peek into what CXOs are most concerned with when it comes to RPA & Intelligent Automation.  From getting clarity on industry jargon, figuring out where to started, deciding whether to make vs. buy, sorting out the pricing confusion and understanding where […]

By- Frank Casale

Digital Convergence Conference

As the focus shifts from cost savings to creating more value for business, customers and employees, the nature of relationships between enterprises and their digital technology partners will move from contract terms and SLAs to one of collaboration and co-innovation. Enterprises today are breaking down walls between departments, connecting silos and embarking to create end […]

The Hybrid Cloud: Benefits and Challenges of a Mixed Sourcing...

The hybrid cloud has attracted a lot of interest in recent years. Surveys show that two thirds of organizations that are using a private cloud are considering to implement a hybrid cloud.

Next Generation IT Operating Models

There was a time when the business was at the mercy of the Information Technology (IT) department for all of its technology-enabled solutions. Now, however, businesses increasingly are discovering new, innovative technologies and becoming progressively aware of the potential of these technologies. Business-users are becoming more technology-savvy and are finding themselves capable of sourcing and […]

Building a Foundation: The Role of the VMO in Regulatory...

Complying with regulations on third-party oversight represents an urgent imperative for banks and financial services firms. Oversight of any given third-party provider involves a number of functions and business units with widely varying priorities and areas of focus, and requires clearly delineating lines of responsibility and ownership. A Vendor Management Office (VMO) can play a […]

Ask the Experts- Vendor selection considerations: Part 2

Ask the Experts series with discussion of best practices for outsourcing.

Executive Expert Interview: OAISS Preview with Co-Chairs Anupam Govil and...

Conference Co-Chairs, Anupam Govil and Gregory North join Outsourcing Institute President, Daniel Goodstein, to explore: Why do you need a digital roadmap? Where does enterprise transformation start? AI-Enabled enterprise: When is it coming? How to determine and ensure ROI Gregory and Anupam are co-chairs for the OAISS Roadshow, which is produced by the Outsourcing Institute […]

OAISS Dallas – Presentations

2018 Look Ahead and the Digital & Automation Marketplace Everything is going digital. Everyone knows they must automate. But what really is the current state of the digital and automation landscape? Which trends are taking root? What topics are new, noise, necessary…? Carlos explores how today’s digital toolset will enable bold transformations in enterprises around […]

You Might Be Ready for a Remote Database Administrator

A remote database administrator (DBA) can provide access to experts in performance tuning, backup and recovery, replication, or a host of other database focus areas for a fraction of the cost of a full-time resource. This paper will give you a few reasons why you might be ready for a remote database administrator.

Run Optimization: Overcoming the biggest barriers to Digital Transformation

Few would dispute the fact that technology is core to a company’s competitive advantage and survival. But technology is also changing fast. Technologies that were little more than concepts five years ago are now mainstream. Companies are struggling to keep up, held back by legacy systems and tight budgets. Read More