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The Seven Habits Of Highly Effective Outsourcing

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The principles of Stephen Covey’s book, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” can be applied to virtually any setting and provide a framework for establishing and running a highly effective outsourcing strategy.

With an effective outsourcing strategy in place, the operating environment will be a natural extension of the companies who produced it. A robust and efficient relationship will arise if both parties enter the business with the purpose of creating a nice working environment. And that, above all else, will provide the value that they seek.

Covey’s principles can be implemented to create an effective outsourcing strategy that allows companies to optimize many operational functions (i.e., Accounts Payable, Order Processing, Customer Service, Information Technology, etc.) and guarantee higher productivity at a lower cost.

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Eric Liebross

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Eric Liebross

Eric brings more than 30 years of experience and a proven track record of success helping CFOs modernize and achieve peak performance in their back office to become more scalable, innovative and strategic oriented. He joined Auxis in 2002 and serves as Senior Managing Director, overseeing all Finance Transformation, Process Automation and Business Process Outsourcing services at Auxis. His areas of expertise include financial operations performance, shared services strategy, organizational and operating model design, process automation (e.g. RPA), and systems integration.

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