Published November 30, 2003
by Financial Times Management .
Written in English
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About: The purpose of this paper is: to explore the concept of finance shared service centres (SSCs) through an interpretive case study based on a structuration in organisational fields framework; to explore the implications for the finance function, in terms of how finance both drives change within the multi-divisional organisation and also is. Shared Service Centres considers the face of shared services today and tomorrow - and looks at the challenges posed by the market place, increased outsourcing, and the consulting boom. Providing practical, experience-driven examples and offering sample presentations, tools and templates for immediate use, this briefing offers expert advice on Price: $ Deloitte () Shared Service Hand Book-Hit the Road, Deloitte Đukanović, M. () Henkel-GA in Shared Services, Presentation at FINIZ round table, Belgrade, Henkel's. Overview. A shared service is an accountable entity within a multi-unit organization tasked with supplying the business unit, respective divisions and departments with specialized services (finance, HR transactions, IT services, facilities, logistics, sales transactions) on the basis of a service level agreement (SLA) with a costs charge out on basis of some type and system of transfer price.
6 Financial Shared Services Centres: Opportunities and Challenges for the Accounting Profession Executive summary (continued) The main drawback in setting up a shared services centre is in the area of staff turnover. Shared services can offer an extremely fast-changing environment during the . The Rise and Rise of Shared Service Centres is a Revolution That’s Going Under the Radar Authors: Ian Herbert and Will Seal About: Ian Herbert, Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Financial Management, and Will Seal, Professor of Accounting and Management, discuss their research into shared-service centres for the July/August edition of. Selecting the location for your shared service centre Organisations face conflicting criteria in choosing a location amongst an expanding universe of candidates. As many of the early movers in shared services have discovered to their cost, the expense of exiting from an unsuitable location, once the Shared Service Centre (SSC) is in operation. 3 More than ever, Shared Services Centers are a catalyst to unleash efficiencies Shared Services Centers organization model has already demonstrated its benefits delivering cost efficiency, enhancing service effectiveness, increasing agility and reducing complexity. In borderless, technology-driven and ultra-competitive economies, Shared Services Centers are strategic to deliver.
Both Shared Services Centre (SSC) and India as a location for SSCs has been a point of discussion among business management circles, globally. It is one of the most discussed topic on improving operational efficiencies of corporate teams. What is a Shared Service Center? There is lot of material on internet defining or describing shared services centres. Shared services sharEd sErviCE foCus With approximately Shared Service Centres (SSCs) employ people in Ireland, ACCA Ireland has identified the sector as an important growth area for the economy. ACCA Ireland members working in the sector are, in many cases, leading the way within large global organisations. Shared Service Centres: Delivering Value From Effective Finance And Business Processes by Kris, Andrew and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The shared services market is growing quickly. US and European firms are either expanding their existing shared service centers (also referred to as “Global in-house Centers” (GICs)) or Author: Peter Bendor-Samuel.