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A comprehensive document describing the process of planning, organizing, leading, coordinating, and controlling the efforts of organization members and resources to achieve stated organization goals. The document is broken down into four easy steps, making it easy to read and informative. A must have documents for business owners and entrepreneurs.
An outsourcing services agreement is an agreement between a company or business who wants to outsource services or functions of its processes and an outsourcing service provider. An outsourcing service agreement is used to spell out specifics such as the details of services to be performed by the service provider, level of performance needed , milestones and deliverables, payments and tax treatments, issues such as security, confidential information and client data protection, conflict of interest, and other regulatory and governmental compliances, ownership of proprietary information, events of defaults and addressing dispute resolution mechanism, training, backup and contingency etc. An outsourcing agreement also has an important aspect known as the service level agreement which sets out the boundary of the functions to be provided by the service provider, the metrics to address these, and what level of performance is needed.
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