By Loren Moss
Finance and accounting outsourcing (FAO) grew at a healthy global rate of 11% in the past year, but a maturing market is slowing the pace of that growth. On the positive side, growth is extending beyond the traditional buyers of large, international and money-center banks, process-intensive insurance firms, customer service and collections call centers, and back office image processing across the spectrum of large volume finance providers.
BPO Outcomes – a leading online publication focused on improving global business process performance – will hold a special webinar on July 24 to focus exclusively on the risks and advantages of leveraging third-party organizations to help enterprises analyze and make sense of rising amounts of corporate information – also known as “Big Data.”
The webinar, featuring guest speaker Ben Trowbridge from leading consultancy, Alsbridge, will examine the potential value business process outsourcing firms have in serving corporate clients with high-performing analytics tools and services. Also participating in the webinar is Terence Sandiford of Capgemini, and Dan Berthiaume, chief editor of BPO Outcomes.
The webinar, entitled “Analyze This: Your Business Process Analytics Strategy May be Hurting your Business,” will begin at 2pm EST on July 24.
“Big Data” represents the next frontier for innovation, competition, and productivity. There’s big money to be made here, but mining “Big Data” is no easy – or …
There has been a lot of talk recently about “Big Data.” But despite its popularity as a conversational topic among business and social media professionals, what lies at the real heart of Big Data remains mysterious to many BPO executives who only know they are swamped with information and unsure how to unlock the meaning within. BPO Outcomes (a sister brand of Nearshore Americas) is hosting a special webinar to investigate how business process solutions can impact the complexity of Big Data. The webinar, featuring speakers from Alsbridge, Capgemini and BPO Outcomes, takes place July 24 at 2pm EST. The event is free to attend, but registration is required. To register today visit our registration page.