EVALUATE phase is typically the longest and most
crucial phase of the methodology. This
evaluation is based on outcomes from the PLAN
phase and an assessment of internal process and
project structures, to determine candidates for
business process improvement and or outsourcing.
During this phase, an evaluation will be made
of the questions include:
improvement options would work best? -
Business Process Reengineering, Technology
Implementation and / or Outsourcing?
Sourcing Model should be used? Insource
(BUILD) or Outsource (BUY)?
Outsourcing an option to consider? What
other models can be used?
Outsourcing is an option, what Processes or
Projects should be Outsourced?
country or location should the projects be
vendors / suppliers / products should be
selected (if required)?
should they be selected?
criteria must be used to minimize any
for selecting the projects / processes are
determined in this phase and the matrix of such
projects and processes is built. The selected
processes will be evaluated for reengineering.
If appropriate, process effectiveness may be
improved by reengineering process elements and
steps. Often, technology implementation may
further assist the reengineering process.
Advisere will conduct the required assessments
and implementations. BUILD versus BUY
evaluations will be also be conducted as
appropriate for the technology implementation.
the processes are optimized through process
reengineering and technology, a detailed
assessment of potential
sourcing models and their applicability to
the business environment is conducted. A
comparative assessment of various sourcing
models available is conducted with respect to
long term objectives of the organization.
business processes for outsourcing involves an
assessment of these processes against criteria
Edge or Core
for Remote Delivery
Ratio and Human Interaction Factors
& Process Factors
leverages its extensive databases and knowledge
of the global sourcing marketplace to evaluate
potential locations best suited for selected
projects. If the sourcing model selected
requires partnership with a supplier/vendor, an
evaluation of potential vendors is made. Vendor
shortlists are based on market research and the
Advisere Supplier Network database.
final selection of suppliers/vendors is based on
an exhaustive RFP process, and, may involve
physical site visits to review the suppliers
capabilities. Our vendor evaluation methodology
is based on the eSCM-SP framework. Key
evaluation criteria are depicted in the graphic
in specific cases also measures supplier
capabilities against 84 best practices (scoped
by the Strategic Strategic Initiatives Team) in
the following 10 Capability Areas:
a result, a detailed analysis (Quantitative
& Qualitative) of each suppliers performance
in each of the capability areas and impact on
the quality of services delivered is available
for an informed decision.
(At the end of the EVALUATE phase)
list of projects / processes to be
of viable geographical locations with
of potential suppliers / vendors with
RFP (Request for Proposal) and Evaluation
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