Emerging Locations in the FAO Delivery Landscape – The New Frontiers | Webinar

Posted On September 9, 2011

Tuesday, September 27, 2011 | 9:00 a.m. CDT

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While India continues to be the location of choice for offshoring F&A services, the FAO delivery-location landscape now has a truly global footprint. Multiple factors have driven service providers to expand their FAO delivery footprint, including:

  • New buyer geographies – FAO has expanded beyond the U.S. and the UK into new source geographies, growing globally in scope
  • Need for a truly global delivery network – global sourcing solution requirements continue to evolve around language skills, time zone proximity, and cultural sensitivity
  • Resource constraints at established locations – the demand for talent is fast outstripping supply in established locations while operating costs continue to soar
  • Location concentration risk mitigation – buyers are increasingly viewing locations as a part of a global delivery portfolio

Join us for an informative one-hour webinar to discuss the key findings from Everest Group’s latest study, The New Frontiers: Emerging Locations in the FAO Landscape. This webinar will help you and your company understand various aspects of the FAO delivery-location landscape including:

  • Value proposition of global sourcing in FAO
  • Expanding FAO delivery footprint
  • New FAO delivery locations, with a spotlight on five emerging locations across the globe
Presenters:
  • Saurabh Gupta, Vice President, Everest Group
  • Kuldeep Lulla, Senior Research Analyst, Everest Group
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