people lead people and they are asking for the support, training, and enablement to meet and collaborate to both better manage day-to-day work and develop into the next generation of leaders
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.
HfS talks to Genpact’s Pankaj Kulshreshtha, whose analytics group has exploded from 10 to 6000 people under his guidance
Meet the man tasked with formulating a sourcing strategy for the IBM: Rich Lechner
Cognizant’s Malcolm Frank talks to HfS Research’s Phil Fersht about the Cognizant growth story and how the firm is trying to stay ahead of the game
Congratulations to Accenture, IBM, Infosys, Capgemini, Wipro and HP – and SAP themselves – for reaching the hallowed ground of HfS’ first Blueprint for SAP-related services
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.
Anyone close to business services over the last decade would have crossed paths with one little guy with a huge brain: Genpact’s Shantanu Ghosh.
Get ready for the healthcare market to heat up over the next three years as a result of state health insurance market places, the rapid expansion of accountable care organizations, and ICD-10 implementations.
Have you been observing the fascinating scramble going on over in India for supremacy in the IT services space? By the time this year is out, it’s highly likely that Cognizant will have leapfrogged both Infosys and Wipro to take the number two spot behind TCS. Let’s take a look at the key market-makers to understand who is breaking out of the pack…
With its $4.3 billion cash offer, SAP answered every procurement technologist’s question, “Who is going to buy Ariba?” While this acquisition will rupture the procurement technology universe, HfS believes the real question that supply chain and finance professionals must ask is, “Now that SAP finally has a credible commerce network, can I eliminate and automate processes I’ve been busily outsourcing?”
YOUR APPLE DEVICE MAY NOT BE AS SAFE AS IT APPEARS…
When I watch Oracle and SAP rapidly clean up whatever application is left on the market worth buying, my heart sinks for the future of the enterprise software business. For Oracle and SAP, it’s all about maintaing the status quo and growing their considerable license revenue streams. They know they have to be seen to embrace the Cloud, but all they really care about is protecting their customer bases and preventing upstart vendors sneaking in to disrupt their revenue model. And can you really blame them? It’s economics one-on-one…