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Navigating a Shared Services Implementation

For many organizations, consolidation of functions into a centralized delivery model, referred to as a shared service platform, is appealing because it can provide high quality transaction processing in a centralized, scalable and standardized manner.

While supporting clients through their shared services journey, CrossCountry put together a guidebook giving an overview and perspective on the critical considerations and options organizations should evaluate before, during and after pursuing a shared service delivery model.

 

Click the image below to view our Navigating a Shared Services Implementation Guidebook.

 

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