Category Archives: Outsourcing Events

Our Dallas working summit really rocked... next up Harvard Square!

Highlights from the recent As-a-Service HfS Working Summit in Dallas, Texas

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Ready for a reality slap around the face with a wet kipper?

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The next HfS Service Buyer Working Summit will be held in Harvard Square, Cambridge MA, 1st-2nd December 2015

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Is there anyway you'll be at the NOA Symposium in London next week?

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Come see Tony Blair support HfS at the Annual ABSL Conference in Krakow

With any luck, I'll get a selfie with Tony. Show up yourself and see what happens.

We're excited to be heading to Krakow next week to participate in the two-day 6th ABSL Conference from June 16-17 featuring Tony Blair, Phil Fersht and Charles Sutherland

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HfS and NASSCOM sharing the love @ the 2015 BPM Strategy Summit

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We're proud to announce our role as exclusive research and content development partner for NASSCOM’s Business Process Management Summit 2015

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Meet Aruna, Capgemini's kahuna

Aruna Jayanthi, CEO, Capgemini India

HfS CEO Phil Fersht talks to Capgemini India CEO Aruna Jayanthi about India's talent and its future direction as a services economy

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The Infamous Sourcing Savants are back!

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An HfS Webinar Production, March 26th 2015: Digesting a Manic 6 Months to Make Sense of the As-a-Service Economy

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NASSCOM 2015: More MBA, less ABAP is the recipe for India's Digital success

NASSCOM 2015: More MBA, less ABAP is the recipe for India's Digital success

NASSCOM's Mumbai showpiece, India's premier Leadership Forum, exuded an energy not seen since the recession. Now it's time for India's service stars to grasp their Digital opportunity like never before

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The Twelve Tenets of Trust

The Twelve Tenets of Trust

One core element is needed for enterprises to get through the next 12 months, let along the next 12 years: Trust

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The raw truth about outsourcing: 83% of outsourcing customers would not go back, despite three-in-four failing to achieve value beyond cost

The raw truth about outsourcing: 83% of outsourcing customers would not go back, despite three-in-four failing to achieve value beyond cost

Most enterprises are pleased they moved into an outsourcing model, but have recognized they need to make significant changes to the way they manage their service provider relationships

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