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Offshore Sourcing: Balancing Cost Savings & Risk

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michaelmaloney
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michaelmaloney   10/3/2018 2:58:29 AM
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It is not uncommon for businesses to want to cut costs in every aspect that they could find. However, in the midst of trying to implement cost-saving measures, certain processes could be overlooked and this could increase potential risks. They need to weigh the savings against the risks involved so as to derive with a decision whether or not they should carry on with the initial savings plan.



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