Distressed Outsourcing Relationship Management

  • Published on: 13 February 2014
  • By: Denzil Brisland

If you type ‘distressed relationship management’ into a search engine, the result is 1,330,000 web pages returned in a very impressive 0.24 seconds. But does this apply to outsourcing relationships; are there really that many distressed relationships and, if so, why is this happening?

Distressed Outsourcing Relationship

The Multi-Sourcing and Service Integration Challenge

  • Published on: 20 January 2014
  • By: Senior Consultant

In response to growing CIO concerns about multi-sourcing and service integration and management (SIAM), Quantum Plus sponsored CIO Connect to carry out a survey to ascertain the current thinking and view point on multi-sourcing and SIAM. A six month research project was undertaken with thirty leading IT executives and twenty IT vendors.

Desktop Outsourcing - A Managed Service

  • Published on: 12 November 2013
  • By: Senior Consultant

Desktop outsourcing is the delegation of responsibility for the day-to-day management and support of end‑user (client) devices within an organisation to a third party under a multi-year managed service contract.  We would expect this service to include support of the hardware, operating system, web browser, ‘office productivity’ software such as Microsoft Office and an agreed list of other PC software; plus the support of any peripherals associated with the end-user devices (e.g.

Quantum Plus selected for UK Government’s G-Cloud Framework

  • Published on: 17 May 2013
  • By: Senior Consultant

Quantum Plus is now an approved supplier under the UK Government’s G-Cloud iii framework which will go live in May 2013.

Houses of Parliment

Cloud computing has brought about a step change in the economics and sustainability of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). The UK Government is committed to the adoption of cloud computing and delivering computing resources. The G-Cloud is an iterative programme of work to achieve this which will deliver fundamental changes in the way the public sector procures and operates ICT.

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