Setting up or changing your outsourcing is a major step that doesn’t always deliver what you expect. You may be considering change because outsourcing is not working well (maybe it never did) or internal or external circumstances may have changed sufficiently to warrant a review. Thorough analysis and deep commercial insight are required to select the right activities to outsource, choose suppliers, create the right commercial terms, and manage successfully. Once a sound decision is made, a detailed execution plan, tailored to the specific situation, will enable you to achieve the results you want. At PIP we are seeing an increasing number of clients looking to change their outsource arrangements, and we’ve found that a number of our tried-and-tested tools are helpful before, during and after the transition.
If you are making an insourcing decision, PIP can help you to:
When outsourcing we can work with you to:
The work at our mine, on both the implementation of the open-pit insourcing and the scoping/business case for the underground insourcing (taking lessons learned from the former), [is] very impressive. What's more, the [PIP] team has clearly earned the trust and respect of site leadership: no question about that. It is clear that the work PIP is doing here is very impressive and clearly contributing to some major positive changes at the site.VP OPERATIONS STRATEGY