(PRWEB) April 13, 2005
The Top 50 Best Managed outsourcing supplier list was researched and developed in association with the two renown outsourcing management training organizations, The Outsourcing Management Institute and The CRO (Chief Resource Officer) Institute.
2005 TOP FIFTY RANKED
ÂBEST MANAGED GLOBAL OUTSOURCING VENDORSÂ
1. IBM Global /Daksh
3. Hewlett Packard
5. Ernst & Young/Capgemini
6. Wipro Spectramind
7. ICICI Onesource
8. eFunds Global Outsourcing
10. Affiliated Computer Systems (ACS)
11. Sutherland Technologies
14. HCL Technologies
22. 24/7 Customer
24. Northrop Grumman Information Technology (IT)
33. TATA Infotech TATA Consulting
34. General Electric
35. Siemens Business Services
36. Atos Origin International B.V.
39. Outsourced Partners International
42. Office Tiger
45. Patni Computer
46. Gevity HR
47. v Customer
48. SourceNet Solutions
49. WNS Global
Additionally, The 2005-2006 "Up-and-Comer Outsourcing Supplier" Awards were bestowed in two nomination categories to high growth sourcing companies. Both firms were recognized for high service delivery performance, outstanding client satisfaction and positive contributions to the evolving outsourcing industry.
- Outsourcing Consulting and Sourcing Advisory Services Organization:
The Trowbridge Group (http://trowbridgegroup.net) of Dallas TX, and
- Outsourcing Vendor/Buyer Specialty Services Organization:
Exlow Corporation (http://exlow.com) of Washington DC.
Comprehensive information can be found in The Black Book of Outsourcing. The highly anticipated The Black Book of Outsourcing is scheduled for US release April 25, 2005 and worldwide release on May 6, 2005.
The Black Book of Outsourcing will be available wherever books are sold.
About the Black Book of Outsourcing:
Touted as the most timely and relevant business book of the year, The Black Book of Outsourcing has remained on the pre-order bestseller list for the last nine weeks by US and international book distributors and book seller chain outlets. It will be available in US Book Stores on April 25.
Authors and outsourcing gurus Douglas Brown and Scott Wilson chart a course for business leaders charged with managing outsourcing initiatives and describe how those who have lost jobs to outsourcing can land on their feet by taking advantage of new opportunities in the outsourcing industry.
Amid the controversy, outsourcing has being discussed on the Presidential campaign trail, and is also reaching dramatically into conference and boardrooms across the country. The charged politics- on national and individual levels - too often obscures the facts of this new economic and business reality. The Black Book of Outsourcing offers comprehensive coverage, proven tactics, trustworthy advice and the practical side of getting it done.