Category Archives: Outsourcing Events

Event Alert: Mahindra Satyam faces the global services industry - the bleeding has stopped, but can it regain its Tier 1 India provider status?

Event Alert:  Mahindra Satyam faces the global services industry - the bleeding has stopped, but can it regain its Tier 1 India provider status?

Mahindra Satyam recently staged it first analyst conference as a new entity, to announce to industry that its new structure was complete, and was a serious IT/BPO services competitor. Resurrecting itself from the biggest scandal in Indian outsourcing history, a renamed Mahindra Satyam has quietly been going about its business to rebuild trust and confidence in the firm.

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Event Alert: Genpact looks to a new era beyond “General Electric’s provider”

Event Alert:  Genpact looks to a new era beyond “General Electric’s provider”

In its first industry analyst conference, business process outsourcing (BPO) provider Genpact emphasized its business, today, is much broader than supporting General Electric’s back office and primarily delivering finance and accounting (F&A) services.

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Whats happens in India... stays in India

Whats happens in India... stays in India

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The Buy Family thunders home yet again!

The Buy Family thunders home yet again!

Aside from air strikes, ash clouds, oil leaks and Sarah Palin's previous plea to "drill baby drill", global media attention was briefly diverted, last week, to Edinburgh as some of BPO's top buyers and providers bravely duked it out the SSON's European Shared Services & Outsourcing Week.

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The new relentless economy: why it’s time to stop being scared

The new relentless economy: why it’s time to stop being scared

People are scared right now – they feel threatened and are struggling to visualize where their careers are heading, where their organizations are heading, where the economy is heading. But why be scared? Shouldn’t we be filled with hope with this revitalized quest for improvement?

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A thundering week in Orlando!

A thundering week in Orlando!

Thanks for all of you who helped support the first public appearance of the Horses for Sources research organization in the lovely Orlando last week for SSON's "Shared Services and Outsourcing Week" event, which achieved over 900 delegates

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Coulter tackles Justice

Coulter tackles Justice

Among the regulars we all expect to see such as IBM, Accenture and CapGemini, was KPMG. KPMG? Yes, and represented by Cliff Justice. Cliff is KPMG’s new US Leader, Shared Services and Advisory. This isn’t the first time that a major accounting services firm has placed a bet on getting into the shared services and outsourcing advisory business

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The sourcerers of Savannah

The sourcerers of Savannah

it's not too late to make the trip to the charming Georgian town of Savannah for next week's Global Sourcing Summit. The Horses will also be present, co-leading session on Cloud Computing Delivery with Mayer-Brown, in addition to hosting an all-star panel entitled "The Future State of the Sourcing Industry: what the future holds, and how on earth we can manage it better"

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Bill and Phil... uncensored, unfettered, unrestrained

Bill and Phil... uncensored, unfettered, unrestrained

Horses for Sources Founder and CEO, Phil Fersht, is interviewed on the future of the HR Outsourcing industry by HR Technology Columnist Bill Kutik on the Bill Kutik Radio Show. Tuned is today at 12.00pm Eastern Standard time: http://www.billkutikradioshow.com

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Seeking the "Normal Normal"... here's the re-run

Seeking the "Normal Normal"... here's the re-run

Here's the re-run of the webcast we conducted with or friends over at Global Services Media and SSON, where we surveyed the intentions of 1,055 buyers, intermediaries and vendors on current outsourcing industry dynamics

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