China Outsourcing Seminar (ITO & BPO) | Event

December 6th 2011
Canary Wharf, London, UK
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Join senior executives from some of the UK’s leading corporates to hear cutting edge case studies and participate in interactive panel sessions to hear how the likes of DSM, Ernst & Young, Logica, Clifford Chance Alsbridge and others have used China as a high quality, low cost resource for both ITO & BPO.

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What You Will Learn by Attending:

  • How to make outsourcing IT & BPO to China work for you
  • Tapping China’s growing ITO and BPO capabilities
  • What are the opportunities to develop business in China’s huge domestic market for IT & BPO
  • Future trends in the China market in ITO & BPO

Areas to be Covered Will Include:

  • What types of IT applications & business processes have been outsourced & results to date
  • The costs & benefits associated with outsourcing to China
  • What are the risks and how can they be mitigated and managed
  • Managing cross cultural issues / Legal: Contractual, Data Protection, IPR
  • Process migration, technology and people issues
  • Governance models (3rd party / captive / BOT) & supplier selection issues

Speakers Include:

  • Banesh Prabhu, Former Head of International Operations, Global Consumer Bank, CITI
  • Dariusz Sus, Chief Operating Officer (GSS), ERNST & YOUNG
  • Mark Payne, Shared Services Director, LOGICA
  • Tony Johnson, Director Global Service Management, DSM
  • Andre Duminy, Partner, CLIFFORD CHANCE
  • Paul Morrison, Director of BPO & Shared Services ALSBRIDGE

COMPLIMENTARY INVITATIONS are available for end user organisations and suppliers who have no current operations in China. A delegate fee is applicable to all other delegates.

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  1. Amit Badami says:

    Interest in China continues to grow as evidenced by the large number of corporates attending this event

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