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Are YOU ready to re-define sourcing? Then join the biggest and baddest bevy of buyers in NYC this April

February 14, 2012 | Phil Fersht

We’re gearing up for our HfS 50 Sourcing Blueprint Sessions, taking place April 24-25 in New York City for a two day spectacle of sourcing-savvy soliloquies:

One year on and the HfS 50 just got bigger and badder than ever

Over the last year, our elite peer group of sourcing buyers has doubled in size - making this our biggest, baddest and most discussion-rich meeting to date. And in response to the high-demand, we have managed to extend an extra ten invitations to the event - so if you are a client of BPO or IT services, a shared services or governance leader, or a senior service provider executive and would like to get involved with the HfS 50, please contact Tom Ivory for more information.

This exclusive event will include the development of a 2015 Blueprint for the sourcing industry, culminating in a tempestuous vendor/buyer face-off that will include leaders hand-picked from several of the top tier service providers.

Key discussions will include the following titillating topics:

  • What do we want - and what should we expect - from the vendor account manager?
  • Outsourcing higher value processes - what's feasible and how options should be evaluated
  • Re-energizing the governance function
  • Blending shared services and outsourcing into a productive, manageable governance framework
  • Vendor management and performance management strategies
  • Forward-thinking and productive pricing strategies that can actually work
  • Globalization's impact on today's sourcing strategies

 Please contact Tom Ivory for more information

Posted in: Business Process Outsourcing (BPO)Buyers' Sourcing Best PracticesCaptives and Shared Services Strategies




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