Outsourcing 공개
[search 0]

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Smarter Software Outsourcing is your gateway to the inner workings of a software development outsourcing firm. Frederic Joye, an entrepreneur with several successful businesses under his belt, including #1 software development team augmentation firm in the Philippines - Arcanys - created this show with one goal in mind: to offer business owners and CTOs a window to the software development outsourcing world, so they can better approach today’s complex business issues, know the industry best ...
 
Manufacturers need a sales force on their side, but that doesn’t mean that they need a sale force on their payroll. Just as they outsource their legal and accounting functions, many manufacturers now outsource their sales function to highly-professional manufacturers’ representative firms. “Outsourcing Selling” is best practices, tips, and solutions for manufacturers about using outsourced sales forces and for manufacturers’ representatives whose business model includes continuous improvemen ...
 
AusPhil Outsourcing was formed due to the increasing demand in offshore outsourcing solutions for Australian Businesses. We are 100% Australian owned and operated, so your campaign will always be managed and trained by Australians, we have experience in many different industries and we can offer many different solutions, from inbound customer service to telemarketing and back office solutions. We have been established for over 5 years and currently we employ over 100 Filipinos in our call ce ...
 
Offshoring and Outsourcing Philippines is produced by Vertical Internet Media Limited to provide insights and information about BPO industry in the Philippines as it may apply to customers in Australia, New Zealand, US, UK, Canada, and in fact, anywhere in the world. The podcast is produced as entertainment and should not be relied on for any business decision making without the listener independently ascertaining the situation and facts for themselves. The opinions expressed on this podcast ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
With the rise of the global remote workforce and the resulting talent wars, employee poaching is a growing threat — especially in the technology world, where a lot of professionals say they’re continuously on the lookout for better career opportunities. So how do you keep your developers happy and make sure they are productive? Here are 7 ways to h…
 
We know outsourcing software development can greatly decrease costs. But we also know that lower rates don’t always translate to an overall better deal, and that’s the very challenge of outsourcing. So where does the notion of Value for Money fit in all this?저자 Frederic
 
Assessing outsourcing firms should always include efforts to appreciate their culture and values, including elements that aren’t immediately visible online (or even perceivable over the phone). This podcast episode helps you approach these aspects more efficiently and avoid building an opinion exclusively on what you see on the surface.…
 
Partnering with an outsourcing firm in the Philippines to bring in more experts to your software project team can make sense in many ways… Provided that you do it right. Here’s a list of high-level points you’ll want to check to stack all the odds in your favor and build a successful partnership for the long haul. How many items can you tick off?…
 
As a software project owner, what behaviors can you adopt to boost your offshore team’s motivation and grow trust among them? What unsuspected practices can typically destroy their performance? We’ve asked a bunch of developers from Arcanys to deliver the 4 truths you’ll want to be aware of if you expect your relationship with your distributed team…
 
In Agile software development, you would want your team to deliver the most potentially deployable software after every iteration, with as little waste—human resources and rework—as possible. That's a tall order, especially if you're working with an offshore team. In today's episode, I will break down the top 5 best practices I have learned from ex…
 
Even in mature companies with good programmers already on board, hiring one bad programmer can still derail a project's timeline—leading to additional costs if not managed properly. So how do you dodge this trap? In today's episode, I'll share with you a few tips on how to avoid hiring bad programmers that may help.…
 
Among all the factors that come to mind when we get ready to evaluate a custom software development provider, these two—security and contractual aspects, often come last. But they're certainly not the least when it comes to partnering with a business partner for the long term. Join me in today's episode as I share my ideas on ensuring a safe outsou…
 
What are your workflows like? How will you communicate daily updates with your local and distributed teams? How does cultural awareness affect your team's working environment? How are progress reports communicated? And most significantly, how do you determine the standards of quality between you and your provider? These and a few other crucial ques…
 
It’s clear that today’s pandemic is destabilizing businesses and pushing many of them to rethink not only their cost structure but also the way they operate and deliver. For CTOs and executives trying to think through their potential COVID-19 response options more proactively, handing over software development to another company appears as a solid …
 
Assessing your prospective software development outsourcing partner can be a very tedious process. Many things must be considered and aspects that need in-depth investigation. Luckily, after many studies and my experience in the field, I figured out two of the most important aspects I suggest you examine and evaluate when picking the best partner f…
 
In today's episode, we will maximize the power of the internet and utilize tools to help us find the right provider. How do you effectively start your market research? What tools are readily available to help you filter potential providers? Remember, making a shortlist of promising companies based on the criteria that matter to you is an essential …
 
It's settled: you've decided to outsource part of your software development. But are your expectations crystal clear? How do you envision the collaboration? In this episode, I give you a rundown of criteria to reflect on to make sure you start looking for the right type of outsourcing providers.저자 Frederic
 
In this episode, I'll be talking to Derek Gallimore, founder of Outsource Accelerator, the most trusted source of independent information and expert advice about outsourcing in the Philippines. Together, we will tackle topics that will help businesses planning to go the BPO way make more informed decisions such as "Why is it important to understand…
 
Is putting comments in code a good habit, or an unnecessary waste of time? In this episode, I'm here together with Eric, a Senior Software Architect working with Arcanys, and we'll talk about one of the most debated topics in this complex world of software development.저자 Frederic Joye ft. Eric Jeker
 
Intel’s Steven Remsen made the cross-country trip from Portland, OR to Orlando for OPEX Week. We caught up with him to discuss process mining. As a practitioner, he understands the three basic steps of process mining from the academic space: discovery, conformance, and enhancement. He demonstrates this point with one more fantastic story about how …
 
Uzair Rashid, with CVS Healthcare, explains the importance of structuring innovation. By leveraging technology in conjunction with traditional medical resources, the healthcare system can clean up the funnel of patients who are better served with these new innovations. Thanks to Celonis for sponsoring their podcast miniseries. This week, Part 1: Di…
 
The entertaining Genworth Financial team joins us from OPEX Week 2020 to tell us their enterprise’s transformation story—or journey, more accurately. Kathleen starts off by explaining her view of the company 15 years ago: “It was a very siloed organization. It was very much command and control; very hierarchical. We were focused very much on our pr…
 
Joe Jordan joins us from OPEX Week in Orlando. As the director of operational excellence for Edward Jones, Joe sought inspiration from the hit TV show Shark Tank to give a platform to the innovative minds of Edward Jones. If anyone across the firm’s workflow has an idea about how to transform their part of the business, they are given the opportuni…
 
Reka Mishra is the managing director of the transformation office for the SVB Financial Group. She lays out the basics of mergers and acquisitions before diving in on operational excellence. For M&A, it is imperative to have a target operating model in place. That model must consist of four key elements: people, process, technology, and data. Chang…
 
Adrian Terry, VP of GM Financial’s OpEx function, discusses their unique approach to IT and RPA. Initially, IT had some processes they wanted to automate. From there, a pilot was developed. It soon became clear that the broader organization could benefit from similar processes, so GM onboarded their own RPA business automation talent. Now, IT and R…
 
Applichat helps BPO clients in the Philippines reduce their recruitment costs by 50% whilst delivering more qualified applicants.Through Facebook sourcing & messaging automation, Applichat streamlines the BPO recruiting process, enables candidates to apply through conversation, & gives Filipino HR professionals more time to make better decisions.…
 
Michael Xiao starts this conversation a little off topic with Daoism. Or is it? As the conversation goes on, the philosophies behind Daoism get compared to the way humans navigate technology in an almost primal way. Programs like Facebook are designed to be addictive, giving those types of platforms a negative connotation. But at Blue Cross Blue Sh…
 
Barbara Hodge opens this discussion with why the world needs more English majors. She makes the point that, while STEM majors are on the rise, data is nothing without a story behind it. Today’s workforce needs to be adaptable, well-rounded, and, yes, technologically savvy. What gets overlooked is the importance of building a narrative. As our world…
 
A digital workforce is useless without a plan. Delphine Bernard discusses the steps it takes to make sure your AI is working for you. She stresses the importance of a solid planning phase. During this time, an enterprise should be answering questions such as, what do I want my bots to do? What processes do I want to automate? Next, simulate scenari…
 
Juan Arya discusses his eight CoE keys to success. Juan doesn’t mince words when it comes to the importance of building a strong, nuanced team and fixing what’s broken. He also discusses why it’s critical to build and sustain capabilities. He reminds us that, while success comes in sets of sprints, ultimately, the race is a marathon. Goals and metr…
 
Alexander Hubel joins us again to discuss his RPA and automation journey with Ericsson. He fills us in the last two years and their evolution toward a center of excellence. Change management, communications, and automation communities are focusing their efforts on automation and business adoption. Alexander describes the difference between tribes a…
 
Barbara Hodge gives us a glimpse into the future of global enterprise. She offers actionable advice on what can be done today to support tomorrow’s AI efforts. The power of predictive outcomes grows as our understanding and technology grows. In fact, our choices as humans are increasingly influenced by machines. Despite this, corporations still str…
 
Jack Cheng covers a lot of ground in this interview. He describes NIO, the company he co-founded, as “an EV provider, a mobility company, but [ultimately a] user enterprise engaged with the use of directory.” From swappable batteries to vehicle “living rooms,” Cheng takes a visionary approach to everything he does. His views on globalism are just a…
 
How can Virtual Assistants provide Video Support to Clients? In this episode of the Outsourcing Mysteries Podcast, Rosie chats to the The Visibility Coach, Jenny De Lacy about using video in business, the services VAs can be providing to clients wanting to grow through video and also some of the elements of sharing your content that you may have no…
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드

Google login Twitter login Classic login