The Three Options When an Outsourcing Contract
Ends -- Extend, Divide or Terminate

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Feb. 12, 2014




When an outsourcing contract is nearing its end, the buyer must make a strategic decision based on its own unique situation: extend the contract in its current form, divide it between the incumbent and another or more parties, or terminate it with the existing provider.

The decision should not be hastily made, as possible opportunities may be missed or the solution may be worse than the problem.

Conducting a critical review of the current outsourcing arrangement, and weighing the alternatives in terms of the desired future state, will help decision makers come to the right conclusion.

Read The Three Options When an Outsourcing Contract Ends--Extend, Divide or Terminate.

More on Outsourcing Contract Negotiations on this website.

 

Contact KPMG
Jerry Klawitter
Director, Shared Services and Outsourcing Advisory
jklawitter@kpmg.com

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