Category: Cloud Computing
Wang / Fersht uncut. Part II
Analysts Phil Fersht and Ray Wang air some recent discussions on the world of social media and the convergence of software delivery and outsourcing… here’s part II Read More
Wang / Fersht uncut. Part I
Analysts Phil Fersht and Ray Wang air some recent discussions on the world of social media and the convergence of software delivery and outsourcing... here's part IRead More
New HfS Report – Desperately Seeking Innovation in BPO: Enterprises Speak Out
Innovation is now the critical ingredient for most buyers of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) services –unequivocally proven by a new HfS Research study of 588 shared services and outsourcing executives. This report dives into the experiences and expectations of today’s enterprise BPO buyers when it comes to achieving innovation, and offers actionable recommendations for devising a strategy to improve their innovation agenda with their BPO endeavor. Read More
HfS Research shows some analyst horsepower
HfS Research ranks 15th in the latest analyst "power rankings" by ARInsights, a dynamic content rich database that contains comprehensive information on 5,511 analysts from 694 different firms.Read More
A Cloudy Future for Microsoft?
Microsoft urgently needs to address its approach to Cloud Computing, together with the closely related tablet and smart phone markets, if it wants to avoid falling further behind the likes of Google and Apple in these interrelated markets.Read More
Preaching Process with Pramod, Part III: What if you can build a true back-office-in-the-box, based on the Cloud and ERP platforms, which costs a fraction of what it used to?
At long last, we come to the final part of our interview with Genpact's President and CEO, Pramod Bhasin. Phil Fersht and Pramod discuss the future of process consulting, where labor arbitrage is heading, more about the Cloud, and a some advice for today's budding sourcing executives.Read More
Innovation in BPO purgatory, Part III: the escape route
When it comes to achieving innovation when outsourcing, buyers need to identify where real innovation is possible, and where they only really need operational efficiency. Both buyers and providers need to be honest with themselves to determine whether they are truly prepared to invest in either achieving or delivering innovation. If not, stick to being operationally efficicient and stop talking about an innovation game-plan that will never happen.Read More
Wip-ping sourcing into shape with Suresh Vaswani
If anyone had told you a few years ago that Wipro would have a market cap of more than $30bn, you would have made a few discreet calls to their doctor, or perhaps their math teacher. But today, the Bangalore-headquartered firm has firmly shed the tag of That Indian IT firm which makes the diapers, to become a genuine leading global IT services and BPO enterprise, with 105,000 employees. Read More
NetSuite – the new admiral of BPaaS, Part II
The cost of managing IT infrastructure is four to five, or even ten times the license cost. It’s enormous. We’ve eliminated all the cost to manage this stuff, so that’s a huge advantage for BPOsRead More
Enter NetSuite – the new admiral of BPaaS?
Hot on the heels of its recent alliance annoucement with Genpact, we caught up with NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson to get his take on Business Process Outsourcing delivery, and how he intends to leverage that channel to oust incumbent ERP platforms from midmarket businesses with his cloud computing business management software suite.Read More