Both commercial industry and public sector entities frequently turn to outside firms to help them scope and complete a managed services procurement. This niche specialist expertise is known as “sourcing advisory”. Hiring such firms can bring significant value to clients in gaining market-leading terms, conditions, and operational provisions; reduced overall cost; and increased services quality and innovation. In the public sector, specialist firms can also bring industry practices to government, even within requirements for transparency, process certainty, and objectivity in public sector procurement.
As potential clients conduct their research in considering how to scope and procure sourcing advisory services, we believe this paper and the attached examples will offer the readers valuable insights.
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