World BPO/ITO Forum

Smartsourcing Strategies for Success
Date
2015-06-16 - 2015-06-17
Exhibitors
20
Floor Size
0
Attendees
300
Event contact title
VP Sponsor Marketing
Event contact first name
Dan
Event contact last name
Horgan
Email
Dan.Horgan@worldbpoforum.com
Event contact telephone number
508-555-5555
Notes

Please contact event organizer to confirm 2015 venue

Description

World BPO/ITO Forum is an exclusive invitation-only event for C-suite executives and Senior decision-makers from enterprise companies with $1B or more in revenue, currently using BPO/ITO services or interested in evaluating global sourcing opportunities. Why this event is important for the industry Many companies are seeking the right commercial partnerships and operating model to reap the full potential from a successful global sourcing arrangement. It is vital for companies to get this right the first time around, and cannot afford to make strategic missteps which can cost millions of dollars. Companies cannot afford to make mistakes, and must learn quickly from the experience of others in order to gain and retain competitive advantage. The World BPO/ITO Forum facilitates these important discussions by enabling buyers and sellers of BPO and ITO services to meet each other, and hear best practices and lessons learned from experts and global leaders in a friendly environment.

Attendee information

CEO/President, CIO/CTO, COO/Head of Operations, CFO/Head of Finance, SVP/VP of Sourcing, SVP/VP of Vendor Management, Business-unit Head/General Manager.

Exhibitor information

Global BPO (business process outsourcing) and ITO (IT outsourcing) service providers.

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