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The View from Here: The Global Services Outlook for 2016-17

If you like a dynamic market, the global services industry continues to deliver! 2016 looks to be another lively year, with changes at every turn that will touch nearly all corners of the market. Automation is having a profound impact on the industry, improving and speeding service delivery and impacting location strategies, as well as [...]

NOA weighs in on Brexit

The National Outsourcing Association has made its pronouncement on Britain leaving the EU – it’s going to be bad for the outsourcing industry, the association says.

Trump sets out stall on outsourcing

Donald Trump, candidate for the Republican nomination in the US Presidential election and would-be wall-builder-as-long-as-the-Mexicans-will-pay-for-it-and-he’s-not-standing-as-Mexican-President, has been holding forth on the subject of outsourcing. It will come as no surprise that he’s against it and appears convinced it’s a threat to American jobs.

India to lose jobs through outsourcing?

In the midst of the American election mania and general hoo-hah about US jobs being lost to India, it’s important not to forget that outsourcing is applied universally so Indian jobs can be affected, too.

CSC joins Met police outsourcing deal

The Metropolitan Police Force in London has brought CSC into its sourcing mix, offering £250m in what The Register describes as a “risky plan to carve up large chunks of its IT in the hope that outsourcers can do a better job”.

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Shared Services Leaders’ Summit

The Shared Services Leaders’ Summit taking place on 15-17 March in London will unite over 130 senior shared services professionals. The programme features presentations from Lufthansa, Citi Group, BAE Systems, Royal Dutch Shell, Arla Foods and many more. The summit also contains dedicated pre-conference Learning Labs on 15th March.

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