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Subrata Guha, Bill Hefley, Elaine Hyder, Mark Paulk, Majid Iqbal
December 1, 2005
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The eSourcing Capability Model for Service Providers (eSCM‑SP) gives providers of IT-enabled services a reference model and capability determination methods to use as they develop and improve their ability to consistently deliver high-quality services while minimizing costs and risks to their clients. Control Objectives for Information and related Technology (COBIT) represents a set of practices that organizations find useful in implementing IT governance that ensures that their IT processes are aligned with their business needs, and in control with respect to risks, costs, and quality. Organizations can use COBIT-based procedures and controls to effectively implement eSCM‑SP Practices, particularly those that seek to reduce risks and costs over the life-cycle of sourcing contracts and relationships. On the other hand, the eSCM-SP provides a capability improvement context within which COBIT control objectives can be purposefully applied to achieve alignment and control over the IT processes that enable the sourcing and delivery of services.
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