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outsourcing

A method in which services usually provided by the health care agency are now allocated to another firm or agency.
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Katrina Welch: For insourcing, the natural thing for our company is that we own this information and we're passionate about it.
The results indicate that international insourcing in terms of imports of inputs from affiliated firms of Swiss multinational corporations (MNC) abroad increases domestic productivity.
Insourcing efforts are often justified on several grounds; these include reducing costs, improving the value delivered to customers and building organizational capabilities.
Insourcing is the natural and logical reaction to the problem of value to price; however, the reaction doesn't completely solve the problem--the problem, that is, of value.
He said the major milestones include the insourcing of an Airbus A330 18-month and 42-month checks.
Other considerations related to IT work, such as security, are driving insourcing as well, Gott said.
When insourcing XBRL preparation is the best choice.
Under the so-called insourcing move, the staff currently working for Securitas at 68 of BT's main buildings across Britain will move to the company's facilities services arm, BTFS, when the current contract expires at the end of this month.
The report showed that over the past decade, insourcing companies increased their contribution to US GDP by 25.2 percent, nearly double the private sector's 14.3 percent increase and insourcing companies increased value added per-worker by nearly 33 percent, compared to only 18.5 percent for the private sector overall.
2.) The Great Insourcing Movement--The Pendulum Swings Back Again
The Group's profit attributable to owners of the Company was HK$14.2 million (FY2011: HK$19.2 million), mainly due to decrease in revenue from staff insourcing service and outsourcing outbound contact service.