Category Archives: Outsourcing Heros

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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Mike Sutcliff, Digitally Distinct

Mike Sutcliff, Digitally Distinct

Mike Sutcliffe, Group Chief Executive, Accenture Digital, talks to HfS analyst Phil Fersht on the disruptive impact of Digital technologies on Business Services and Operations

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David Poole, Robo Conductor

David Poole, Robo Conductor

Phil Fersht talks Robotic Automation and the future of Services with David Poole, Co-Founder and CEO, Symphony Ventures

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Speed dating their way to a quick divorce... Rick Simmonds talks up his new advisory firm Aecus

Speed dating their way to a quick divorce... Rick Simmonds talks up his new advisory firm Aecus

What about the UK advisory firm formerly known as "Alsbridge Plc"? Answer, it renamed itself "Aecus", named after one of the sons of Zeus. Phil Fersht talks to Rick Simmonds about where the direction the new firm is taking

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When Blood is Sikka than Water: Vishal's Infy Honeymoon has some Legs

When Blood is Sikka than Water: Vishal's Infy Honeymoon has some Legs

New Infosys CEO, Vishal Sikka, talks to HfS' Phil Fersht

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Gianni Giacomelli... he lived in Delhi

Gianni Giacomelli... he lived in Delhi

Genpact's Gianni Giacomelli talks to HfS' Phil Fersht

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Murphy's BPO Law

Murphy's BPO Law

Phil Fersht interviews Carole Murphy, Capgemini's Head of BPO Business Transformation Services

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1093 research influencers have spoken: HfS leads the analyst industry for growing influence

1093 research influencers have spoken: HfS leads the analyst industry for growing influence

1100 research buyers: HfS Research's influence increases more than all the analyst firms

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Have most analysts completely given up doing "research"?

Have most analysts completely given up doing "research"?

We called it three years’ ago and we can now officially proclaim that the industry, once known as research, is close to meeting its maker

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