Managing Business Support Services: Strategies for Outsourcing & Facilities Management

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Jonathan Reuvid, A. John Hinks
Kogan Page, 2002 - Contracting out - 303 pages
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The effective sourcing and management of peripheral support services can provide companies with a crucial competitive edge. However, making the right choice of site, building, IT system, utilities providers and so on and knowing what to outsource and what to keep inhouse requires specialist knowledge and familiarity with best practice. This guide seeks to offer CEOs and senior directors of the UK's middle market companies the information they need, and to make specialist issues intelligible to non-specialists, to both source and get the most from their suppliers and professional advisors.

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Jonathan Reuvid was formerly an economist, an investment banker and an international corporate development consultant. He has edited and co-authored many titles for Kogan Page, including The Corporate Guide to Expatriate Employment andnbsp;Managing Business Risk.

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