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

June 19, 2015 | Phil Fersht

We're participating in two sessions at the NOA Symposium held at etc. venues, St Paul’s on Wednesday 24th June. We're also sponsoring the pens (which will surely create an avalanche of new delegates)

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I'll be part of a panel with a motley assortment of legacy analysts from Gartner, Everest and NelsonHall as part of “The Outsourcing Debate", moderated by the Professor of Process himself, Leslie Willcocks. This meeting will surely produce some fireworks as we vehemently debate the most overhyped and underhyped ITO and BPO trends in the UK.

Then, I'll be chairing a workshop session on “Transitioning to the As-a-Service-Economy.” This is a subject sure to be close to the hearts of many of our readers and we've lined up a couple of HfS community friends to co-host with me, John Ashworth, VP Finance Transformation and Systems at Pearson, and Steve Turpie, Deputy Chairman of West Suffolk NHS Trust.

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NOA Symposium... all the outsourcing royalty will be there

We'll weigh the importance of the ideals of the As-a-Service industry vision, discuss how to get the right mix of technology and talent, and evaluate how the painful shift to As-a-Service is/will impact traditional buyer/supplier relationships.

The Symposium will be followed by the NOA Summer Party (we guarantee it will not rain), where booze and entertainment (whatever that is) will be provided for the rest of the evening.  I'll hopefully see you there!

  • You can book your tickets for the NOA Symposium online via the NOA website.
  • If you have any questions, you can email NOA Events Manager Stephanie Hamilton at [email protected] or call her on 0207 292 8692.

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