This interactive analytics report looks at a number of trends within the current U.S. shared services landscape (2019). View the report to uncover the following insights:
In this interactive report, travel through the four levels of shared services maturity (Emerging, Evolving, Adding Value and GBS) to find out where you currently fall and what you need to do in order to advance your SSO to the next level.
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Global business services have grown exponentially over the past 5 years. And it is no surprise the intelligent automation revolution has been occurring simultaneously. With the consistent growth and competition in the industry, staying ahead of the trends has become a critical component of strategy. As a result of mutual growth, the digital revolution and GBS have formed a vital relationship. Learn more about how the growth in GBS has supported digitlaization in this info-graphic from SSON.
Even though RPA is a great shared services enabler, some still fail to scale the processes across their entire enterprise. Learn more about how to scale your RPA succesfully from the start with these 5 helpful tips!
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The concept of Global Business Services has been around since the turn of the Millennium, and global brands like Proctor & Gamble, Unilever and Coca-Cola have already pioneered its development as the natural next step in their Shared Services journeys. Download this interview to learn about their SS journeys.
This interactive report maps out the 479 Captive/Hybrid SSCs across the U.S. West Coast. Play with the data to answer core questions such as: