Rethink Your Managed Services Outsourcing Relationships
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Take Control Of Cost With A Hybrid Captive Center (HCC)
When it is time to grow and scale, by necessity you must invest in infrastructure, software, office space, office fit-out and furniture, security, recruitment, support, IT, software licenses, and more. The initial costs are significant.
Recruiting, staff retention, and cultural fit are difficult to align between a vendor-managed center and captive operations.
How are you managing your talent pipeline? Some skills are impossible for a financial services firm to recruit – as resources value variety in their work and prefer not to work for a single institution.
The ThoughtFocus Hybrid Captive Managed Services model uses an innovative “cost-plus” outsourcing approach that’s optimized for back-office, accounting, reporting, and IT support processes. Industries include mortgage, lending, hedge funds, capital markets, alternative assets, and private equity firms.
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Employing a strategy of a mixture of captive resources for business as usual (BAU) support with vendor relationships for managed services, specialized skills, fixed-price engagements, burst capacity, employee career management, and location diversification.
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