Right-Shoring

Right-Shoring

The practice of moving jobs to the place where the company can maximize profits at the lowest cost. Often, right-shoring is identical to offshoring, but the term implies a more comprehensive search for the correct location.
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Troy Jonas, Vice President Repair and Engineering for AAR s 1MRO Network of five aircraft repair facilities,will participate on the panel Right-Shoring as the New Outsourcing, which will explore opportunities for maintenance providers to invest in home-grown facilities with wide-body work returning to North America.
Reshoring, onshoring, right-shoring, whatever you want to call it," Marsiglio said, Walmart is "working with our suppliers to devote some resources to assisting them, where it makes economic sense, to bring production to the U.
The company is pioneering the next generation of outsourcing by aligning its strategy of providing end user customer experience to its clients through right-shoring model.
What is right-shoring, and where does the approach fit in today's complex omnichannel environment?
Companies to Align Right-Shoring Capabilities, Streamlining Client Processes and Improving Profitability on a Global Basis
The BPO value proposition, once centered around labor arbitrage, right-shoring and economies of scale, is changing.
Its growth strategy has been built around expertise in technology and right-shoring," said Krishna Baidya, Research Manager for Frost & Sullivan's Asia Pacific ICT practice.
As part of the alliance, Wipro and DTI have established dedicated and secure centers specially reserved for targeted clients using the right-shoring approach.
The new expanded right-shoring capabilities will benefit the mainstay wireless and telecom markets StarTek has served for the past seven years.
By implementing a successful right-shoring strategy combined with a highly-regarded quality program, ClientLogic has achieved an impressive position in the market," says Katrina Howell, senior analyst at Frost & Sullivan.