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Business service provider

A business service provider (BSP) is one of several categories of service provider in the business world. As opposed to an application service provider which provides application components over a computer network, the services provided by a BSP are more in the area of infrastructure: mail delivery, building security, finance, administration, and human resources.[2] Unlike an ASP, a BSP provides business processes as services, providing partial or full business process outsourcing.[3] They are often subdivided into two types: "back office" and "front office" BSPs.[4]

References

  1. ^ Wilkinson 2005, p. 53.
  2. ^ Umar 2003, p. 8—15.
  3. ^ Seidl 2007, p. 14.
  4. ^ Seidl 2007, p. 13.
General
  • Seidl, Roman (2007). Business process outsourcing relationships in Swiss banking: an exploratory study. Cuvillier Verlag.  
  • Umar, Amjad (2003). Information Security and Auditing in the Digital Age: A Practical and Managerial Perspective. nge solutions, inc.  
  • Wilkinson, Paul (2005). Construction collaboration technologies: the extranet evolution. Taylor & Francis.  

Further reading

  • Axelsson, Björn; Wynstra, Finn (2002). "Business Services, their Providers and Customers". Companies buy services — don't they?. Chichester: Wiley.  
  • Ochel, W. (2002). "The International Competitiveness of Business Service Firms: The Case of Germany". The Service Industries Journal 22 (2): 1–16.  


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