Category Archives: Talent in Sourcing

HfS is back in Cambridge University for another no-cheese bake off of services leaders

We're back at Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge this Spring (Click to learn more)

This promises to be another UK style "throw the kitchen sink at everything crappy about our service industry"

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Save the dates for our 2016 HfS Buyers Summits

Next stop in the HfS quest for operational perfection... Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge

At HfS, we are thrilled to unveil our 2016 Summit Agenda, starting with a return to Cambridge University in March

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Finance talent: automation skills now trumping analytics skills

Need for Automation skills in F&A increasing

If finance staff are not willing to adapt to the As-a-Service world, they will be irrelevent in tomorrow’s enterprise

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Rohit's rhetoric

Rohit Kapoor is Vice Chairman and CEO EXL (Click for bio)

EXL CEO Rohit Kapoor talks to HfS' Phil Fersht about the future of BPO and his own company's story

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The HfS 2016 Blueprint Research Agenda ...at your service

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The analyst industry's most ambitious 2016 research agenda

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HfS brings O'Brien's brains on board

Melissa O'Brien is Research Director, Contact Center and Omni-Channel Operations, HfS (Click for Bio)

Melissa O'Brien joins HfS as Research Director, Contact Center and Omni-Channel Operations

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Life beyond automation? Consider the H Factor

Technology is useless without the H Factor to drive it...

The H Factor: Being smart humans who can intelligently apply tech, not be replaced by it

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Outsourcing is on life support, with many providers failing to invest in As-a-Service

Legacy Cat

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Cannibalize or face extinction (if you want to survive in the As-a-Service Economy)

hannibal the cannibal

Most service providers are not structured for success..... and the problem lies at the top

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IBM makes a meteoric rise into the HR-as-a-Service big three

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Every HR head wants a Workday rollout... and every SI wants a SaaS services acquisition

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