AP Shared Services: Centralize or Decentralize

 

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Shared services have real benefits. They reduce costs, reduce head count, and increase the processing speed of the back-office functions. In the global economy, however, shared service departments can be centralized or decentralized. Is one organizational structure more beneficial? APQC recommends using a centralized shared services organization.

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