The expertise of Active Sourcing comprises sourcing solutions for infrastructure management, application management and business process management. The scope of such sourcing projects may include information technology services (i.e. SAP operations, data centre services, electronic workplace) or complete business processes such as accounting, payroll, payment or securities transactions etc. Our clients benefit from our comprehensive expertise throughout the whole sourcing life cycle.
A large portion of an IT budget is being used for infrastructure management since outages of data centres or networks may have severe business impacts. The efficient and effective usage of resources belongs to the main duties of the IT management. It is important to maintain flexibility within the infrastructure environment for change requirements of the core business. Sourcing projects within the infrastructure domain may deliver significant improvements of the operating environment. Active Sourcing supports its clients in all matters of infrastructure management including cloud computing.
Application software plays an important role in automating the business processes. Sourcing projects contribute to significant reductions of operating costs for development, maintenance, support and operation of applications. They also deliver more effectiveness. Our clients have experienced an increasing transparency of the performance of their applications. We helped them to define effective key performance indicators and service levels and how to measure them. We apply this expertise to SAP systems as well as to any other industry specific core applications. In addition we bring along practical experience how to fine tuning responsiblities between our clients and their outsourcing partners.
Business Process Management
Beside IT outsourcing, business process outsourcing is being used to focus the entire organisation onto core competencies and remaining ahead of the competition. Active Sourcing helps its clients to find the ideal combination among potential vendors and the best choice of elements of the value chain. The results are fast and substainable improvements of effectiveness and cost reductions.print