A new breed of provider has to emerge, which can disrupt the legacy labor-based model
Charles Sutherland shares thoughts on NASSCOM’s ambition to grow Business Process exports from $20 Billion in 2014 to $50 Billion by 2020.
Close to a third of enterprises are increasing the offshore component with their service providers, and a fifth with their own shared services
BPO is just at the beginning of a much more dynamic phase of its existence and it at least three years’ away from being put to bed.
Genpact’s Patrick Cogny talks to Phil Fersht about how the firm is approaching the manufacturing sector with what he calls the “New Industrial Revolution”
Why BPO clients which have tech-enabled their processes are achieving better performance and outcomes
We would have major concerns about IBM’s positioning for Progressive BPO services, were IBM to seek to sell off the lower-margin elements of its F&A, Procurement or HR businesses, like it has with its customer services BPO business.
Keshav Murugesh, CEO of WNS Global Services, talks a little about himself, WNS and his vision for the future of the BPO industry
Recessions are good times for business leaders who love to focus on containing costs, however, times of recovery are markedly different
We wanted to spend some time thinking about the implications of the Accenture/Procurian merger for the other service providers in the Procurement Outsourcing marketplace
However which was we look at this, this is going to be one helluva crowd – with a bevvy of buyside sourcing and shared services leaders from 60 major organizations, in addition to this motley crew
Charles Sutherland will be playing a key role in helping us lead many of our strategic BPO assignments across traditional horizontals, such as F&A and Procurement, in addition to driving new coverage in growth areas such as Supply Chain Management and Robotization.
Concentrix’s investors, SYNEXX, were clearly so impressed with IBM’s performance to reach the Winners Circle for customer experience management, they wanted a piece of the action for themselves
The Indian services business is hurtling toward commodotization, and there needs to be a much more radical play from their ambitious leaders to alter the game.