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Sakshi Garg

Vice President

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Sakshi Garg is a Vice President in Everest Group’s Global Sourcing practice. In this role, she leads multiple engagements and initiatives with Global In-house Centers (GICs)/shared services centers. She has helped multiple GICs in the areas of benchmarking, peer intelligence, and talent strategy. Her global services experience includes assisting buyers on global sourcing-related decisions (e.g., locations, sourcing model, and network optimization); benchmarking of GICs; gathering and analyzing of peer/competitor intelligence on GICs/service providers; and developing thought leadership papers on topics related to GICs. In addition, Sakshi also manages Everest Group’s research membership focused on Global In-house Centers – Catalyst™, the industry’s only research program, focusing exclusively on GICs and internal service delivery models.

Before joining Everest Group, Sakshi held a role with KPMG Global Services (the shared services arm of KPMG), in which she worked with the head of shared services to conceptualize and prepare business cases for new services and centers of excellence. Prior to that, she worked as a Senior Consultant with a boutique management consulting firm, Universal Consulting, and as a Senior Analyst with Evalueserve. Sakshi holds an MBA from the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, India and a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi, India.

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Recent research from Everest Group Sakshi's Recent Reports

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Webinar Deck: Top 5 RPA Myths Dispelled: Insights from our RPA Pinnacle Model™ Assessment

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RPA Implementation in GICs – Learnings and Best Practices

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United States Shared Services Landscape – Facing Digital Winds-of-Change in a Tight Labor Market

With the unemployment rates in the United States hitting a 16-year low and the digital revolution imp[...]
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Webinar Deck: Is the New World [Dis]Order Driving U.S. Domestic Sourcing? Plus Market Vista™ 2Q17 Update

As most of us know first hand, the global services industry is in the midst of interesting ti[...]
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Recent research from Everest Group Sakshi's Blog Posts

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Are Offshore-heritage Service Providers “H-1B Visa Abusers” or “Sitting Ducks”? | Sherpas in Blue Shirts

Recently, an official from the Trump administration accused Indian IT providers of abus[...]
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Trump-type Protectionism Threatening Global Services in APAC | Sherpas in Blue Shirts

On April 18, President Trump signed an executive order for interdepartmental review of the H1-B visa program, a mo[...]
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U.S. Domestic Locations for IT Services Delivery: Your Trump Card amidst H-1B Uncertainties | Sherpas in Blue Shirts

As part of President Donald Trump’s immigration reform efforts, the recently intr[...]
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Leaping on the Shoulders of Evolution: F&A Delivery from Global In-house Centers (GICs) | Sherpas in Blue Shirts

While Finance & Accounting (F&A) is one of the most outsourced functions, it is[...]
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