Shared Services and Outsourcing Beijing 2015

Date
2015-05-19 - 2015-05-20
Venue
Organizer
Event contact first name
Laurann
Event contact last name
DeVerteuil
Email
Laurann.DeVerteuil@iqpc.com.sg
Event contact telephone number
+65 6722 9459
Notes
Time: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm URLs: Inquiries: http://atnd.it/21424-1 Booking: http://atnd.it/21424-2 Price: Standard price: $2898
Description
The only event in China that aims at solving POVs' and SOE's challenges in setting up SSC with experienced sharing from MNCs, SOEs and POVs With a successful 5 year proven record in China and over 83,000 global members, SSON is launching its first event in Beijing! Shared Services and Outsourcing Beijing will leverage on SSON's reputation in the China market as well as their recent successful events in Shanghai, Wuhan and Suzhou to gather 100+ key decision makers from SOEs, POVs and MNCs to discuss how to successfully launch an SSC strategy in the vast SOE and POV companies with complicated structures and plenty of subsidies as well as international companies who have decided to pursue this model. 5 Key Themes Adding value to your SSC to get stakeholder's buy-in Reviewing and overcoming the key challenges you are going to face in the first three years of your SSC Achieving continuous improvement to increase customer satisfaction Successfully managing your outsourcing partner to ensure service quality remains consistently good Exploring possible automation solution for Paper Fapiao in China Confirmed speakers Yue Yunfei, General Manager, Finance Shared Services Center, China Railway Construction Corporation Ren Dali, Director, APJ Finance Theatre Lead, GBS, EMC Computer Systems (China) Limited Guo Rongyi, Finance Manager, Credit Ease Nina Huang, Finance Manager, GBS, EMC Computer Systems (China) Limited

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