outtask

outtask

(ˈaʊtˌtɑːsk)
vb (tr)
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) (of an organization) to assign (a task or tasks) to staff outside the organization
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Pyper's most recent experience was with Watson Pharmaceuticals (NKA: Actavis) as the Director of Accounting Operations where he implemented the initial travel and entertainment program with OutTask (Vinnet), a Concur product.
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AirTran Airways has signed a new deal with automated travel and expense management firm Outtask Inc to provide a direct connection to the airline's fares.
The airline's parent company AirTran Holdings claims that Outtask will use its Cliqbook service to allow companies to get a direct link to AirTran Airways' fares, special pricing deals, last seat availability and advance seat assignments.
Although similar to the services provided by the corporate services section of its website AirTran Airways claims that the Outtask service will allow companies to integrate bookings into their back office systems.
Terkowitz is a director of ICSA, BigStep and OutTask. Mr.
Angel.com, the provider of turnkey speech solutions as a service, has launched Outtask's voice-enabled travel and expense solutions, Cliqbook Voice and Vinnet Voice.
Angel.com's versatile Voice Site platform offered Outtask the opportunity to realize significant cost-savings and drastically limit development resources and time.
"By connecting Angel.com's Voice Site service with Outtask's existing software, we provided not only the technology, but a business solution that drastically reduced development time and costs.
"Angel.com offered us more than the ability to add speech to Cliqbook and Vinnet," said Tom DePasquale, president and CEO of Outtask. "Through connecting to their service based solution, we avoided the complexities of telephony and stayed focused on delivering a high quality experience, further driving down costs for our agency partners and customers."
The other two winning bids were from New York-based Little Bear Investment, LLC and Outtask, Inc.
Where such speed and expertise in key development and operational areas are not available internally, the management decision to outsource or outtask is critical.