Tag: Outsourcing conferences

NOA Benchmarking SIG — March 8, 2016| Event

“Value” is often defined as benefits that go beyond standard services in a sourcing contract. This discussion is aimed at rearticulating value proposition and understanding further avenues of value extraction that might remain untapped even via best-practice traditional benchmarking. Building on our previous session at the NOA Benchmarking SIG, we will cover the following themes as part of this presentation:

  • Commonly missed areas for value leakage in sourcing contracts
  • Importance of “right-contracting” in managing value
  • Complexities in mature, multi-vendor portfolio
  • Implications of governance mechanisms in managing value

Speakers include:

Sarthak Brahma, Vice President and Head, Pricing Assurance, Everest Group

Mark Lewis, Partner, Head Commercial Law and Outsourcing Sector, IT and Outsourcing Specialist, BLP

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IAOP’s The Outsourcing World Summit® 2016 — February 15-17 | Event

Everest Group is sponsoring The Outsourcing World Summit 2016, IAOP’s annual global gathering. The event is taking place at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort & Conference Center in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, February 15-17, 2016.

Eric Simonson, Managing Partner, Research, Everest Group, will be the Track Chair for the multi-session, multi-day  Disruptive Technologies: RPA, Digital and the Internet of Things track.


Additionally, we’ll also be distributing complimentary copies of the new book Socially Responsible Outsourcing — for which Eric Simonson penned the foreword —  at our booth #31.

Please visit Everest Group’s analysts, consultants, executives at booth #31. We look forward to seeing you there. Learn more.


NASSCOM India Leadership Forum 2016 — February 10 – 12 | Event

Everest Group CEO Peter Bendor-Samuel will lead the Analyst Corner session Beware the Digital Trough! at this year’s NASSCOM India Leadership Forum 2016 on February 11, 2016.

Session Description:

Adopting Digital themes within the fabric of enterprise business models is a fundamentally different proposition from technology transformation or outsourcing. The challenges associated with making enterprise Digital initiatives successful are very different. Everest Group research shows that while enterprises tend to be very optimistic about their digital initiatives early on this journey, enthusiasm tends to stall as the going gets progressively tough. Listen to Peter Bendor-Samuel talk about this “trough” in adoption, explain why it happens, and what enterprises and service providers must do differently to avoid derailing Digital transformation journeys.

Be sure to attend Peter’s session and arrange to meet with other Everest Group analysts and executives.

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