Netsourcing: Renting Business Applications and Services Over a Network
Annotation The complete, strategic guide to ASP options for every business and technical decision-maker.
-- Written by the world's leading ASP researchers based on their extensive studies at leading companies.
-- Discover which ASP applications have been most successful -- and which have been most likely to fail.
-- Review the leading players -- and learn best practices for evaluating and partnering with them.
Effective ASP decision-making has never been more crucial, as companies increasingly prepare to explore outsourcing mission critical operations into a rapidly-changing ASP marketplace. Now, the world's leading ASP research team shares its up-to-the-minute, provocative findings -- offering practical advice for every aspect of the outsourcing decision, and every phase of the outsourcing project lifecycle. You'll learn which ASP applications have proven most and least successful; who the leading market players are and how their services have evolved; how to manage technology infrastructure in an outsourced environment; and much more. This book includes detailed guidance on defining an ASP strategy and mitigating its attendant risks; evaluating and selecting ASPs; and managing ASP partnerships. It also previews new trends that will shape the future of ASPs -- and your relationships with them.
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An Overview of Netsourcing
Principles for Effective Sourcing Decisions
Management Principles Core Capabilities and Contracting
Netsourcing Technology Guide for Customers
USBased Netsourcing Case Studies
EuropeanBased Netsourcing Case Studies
Mitigating and Managing Risks in Netsoucing Deals
Netsourcing Drivers Customer Decision Checklist
Global Electronic Business Research: Opportunities and Directions
Nabeel A. Y. Al-Qirim
No preview available - 2006