Unlocking Additional Value From Your Offshored Research & Analytics
The decade-old offshore research and analytics (R&A) market is at an inflexion point. Having graduated beyond the pioneer stage of maturing, the market offers a compelling value proposition.
Not too surprisingly, the next wave of growth is expected to come from the historically largest adopters of offshore R&A, financial services companies. Large financial institutions have been adept at exploiting benefits from this market, but value is also available for mid-market financial services corporations. While the supplier landscape has expanded significantly to include a number of suppliers, the specialist suppliers that pioneered the market continue to dominate activity in the financial services space. As these suppliers have matured, they have enhanced their capabilities and present a compelling set of options that buyers should evaluate for global sourcing of R&A services.
Join us for an informative one-hour webinar, in which Everest analysts will:
- Highlight the value proposition of offshoring R&A services and examine how sourcing R&A services is unique and different from other BPO services
- Discuss the evolution of the financial services offshore R&A market and analyze the growth in capabilities and market maturity
- Examine the supplier landscape and highlight capabilities of three specialist R&A market leaders – Amba Research, Evalueserve, and Irevna
This webinar will outline how large financial services customers can push the envelope in offshore R&A, and unlock additional value. Additionally, it is vital that mid-sized financial services customers understand how to emulate the best-in-class financial institutions, along with customers in other industries learning from financial services best-practices.
Date and Time
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
09:00 am Central Daylight Time (GMT – 05:00, Chicago)
10:00 am Eastern Daylight Time (GMT – 04:00, New York)
3:00 pm GMT Summer Time (GMT 00:00, London)
Jimit Arora – Research Director, Everest Group
Ankur Garg – Senior Research Analyst, Everest Group