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Vol 23 No 3 March/April 2018

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Technology Outsourcing: A Practitioner's Guide

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Edited by: John Angel

ISBN13: 9781853288326
ISBN: 1853288322
Previous Edition ISBN: 0752004913
Published: September 2003
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £92.00

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The technology outsourcing market is huge, with predictions that it will soon be worth over 200 billion dollars. Most deals within the market require a unique outsourcing contract and the lawyer's role in negotiating and drafting is a key success factor.

This text clearly outlines the steps involved in preparing for, advising on, negotiating and concluding the contract. Written by experts in the field it offers practical coverage of: the procurement and bidding process, with useful checklists and flow charts; the outsourcing contract - how it should be structured and what are the key points?; information systems outsourcing, telecommunications systems outsourcing, business process outsourcing and web hosting; specific requirements of the public sector; benchmarking; and employment, pension and tax issues.

The book also contains many precedent clauses for outsourcing contracts. Previously published by Sweet & Maxwell as the Outsourcing Practice Manual

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Information Technology Law, Commercial Law
1. The procurement and bidding process
2. The outsourcing contract
3. Benchmarking
4. Public sector outsourcing
5. Information systems outsourcing
6. Telecommunications outsourcing
7. Website hosting
8. Business process outsourcing
9. Employment issues
10. Pension considerations
11. Tax considerations