For finance, security is still the main sticking point on outsourcing
By Dave Lindorff|May 01, 2006 at 08:00 PM
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Amid all the excitement and controversy concerning outsourcing, it’s worth noting that when it comes to finance, treasury and accounting, there is still not that much activity; the Hackett Group estimates that in the U.S. only about 4% of finance processes and essentially no treasury operations are being outsourced at this time. What’s the difference between now and a few years ago? Finance executives are more interested. Hackett and other consultants in the space suggest finance and accounting outsourcing could as much as double in the next three years.
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