Information Technology Outsourcing Transactions: Process, Strategies, and Contracts
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Covers such topics as finances, human resources, licensing and intellectual property rights. From the Publisher This exceptional guide takes readers, step-by-step, through an outsourcing transaction--analyzing the benefits, selecting a vendor, structuring the deal, managing the relationship--to provide them with an organized, methodical approach to the often intimidating prospect of relinquishing absolute control of every aspect of a company's business. Examines issues from both the customer's and vendor's perspectives. A variety of forms, checklists and sample documents equips readers with all the essential tools to make a profitable deal.
It covers, among other topics, licensing and software development agreements, sales of tangible assets, human resources management, and more.. A completely revised update of the First Edition, this book focuses exclusively on outsourcing information technology such as data processing, computer systems, and specialized software programs essentially an intellectual property transaction
He is also listed in The Best Lawyers in America. He has published three other books: Business Process Outsourcing Transactions: Process, Strategies and Contracts; Data Processing Contracts, and Computer Law and Related Transactions. Most recently she has completed a large offshore outsourcing transaction for a major insurance company, a global IT outsourcing (ITO) transaction for a leading international media company, a multi-tower outsourcing transaction for a major