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insourcing

(1) Doing work with inhouse employees. Contrast with outsourcing.

(2) Creating jobs in your country by an organization that is foreign owned. Contrast with outsourcing.
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Since 1999, Insource has saved its clients more than $1 billion by renegotiating carrier pricing contracts for hundreds of companies, including dozens of the Fortune 500.
Wonderware believes that InSource has the optimal skills and organizational structure to deliver the latest real-time operations management solutions to our customers.
According to Ann Croom, president of InSource Solutions, "Doing business as Wonderware Southeast will help bring communications closer to real-time so customers can get higher quality solutions and support even quicker.
A recent study by global financial advisor, Morgan Stanley(1) found that companies who use a third-party negotiator like Insource get a 49% better discount than when they negotiate on their own.
Contact: Ellen Teng, Insource, 800-397-6880 email: eteng@insourcesmg.
InSource Solutions enables manufacturing businesses to achieve productivity and continuous improvement initiatives through consulting, professional services, and software and hardware solutions.
If companies have less-than-perfect vendor agreements, Insource finds and fixes the problems.
For more information about Insource, visit InsourceSMG.
Before joining Insource, she served as treasury and tax manager for BSG Alliance/IT, Inc.