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Outsourcing Advisory

 
#1 Outsourcing Advisory
27/02/2007 17:02

James

Does anyone have an insight into working for any of the Outsourcing Advisory specialist ?

Such as TPI, EquaTerra ? or one of the big 4 outsourcing advisory areas eg Deloitte or PwC

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#2 RE: Outsourcing Advisory
20/03/2007 22:40

Ed to James (#1)

I don't hear good stuff about Deloitte outsourcing advisory. One of mates has just left at director level and say's keep away.

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#3 RE: Outsourcing Advisory
21/03/2007 02:07

dl to James (#1)

I know reasonably well both TPI and EquaTerra. Unusual cultures both, emphasis on strong personal expertise in both places - especially since they are both virtual office companies.

People generally loathe or love working there. Turnover is very low - at all levels.

EquaTerra is more client-friendly, TPI more methodology driven.

What aspects are you particularly interested in?

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#4 RE: Outsourcing Advisory
21/03/2007 15:56

James to dl (#3)

My experence is current FAO process design but I would like to move towards supplier selection, operating model design etc.

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#5 RE: Outsourcing Advisory
22/03/2007 07:29

dl to James (#4)

Both companies operate in these areas. EquaTerra probably has a stronger (or at least functionally broader) capability in operating model design. TPI is considered market leader in IT supplier selection.

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#6 RE: Outsourcing Advisory
22/03/2007 11:53

James to dl (#5)

Thanks DL

Final question what level of experience are these firms looking for ? across the levels or just senior mgr and up ?

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#7 RE: Outsourcing Advisory
22/03/2007 16:12

dl to James (#6)

In general both would hire people with at least 7-10 years of consulting/outsourcing experience, and given their business model I'd exclude a fresh graduate, but if you have highly relevant expertise you may be considered with fewer years of experience.

Having said that, I work for neither firm at the moment, but they are both hiring, so if you are interested give it a go!

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