Global Outsourcing Information is Alliance Partner of Upcoming World BPO/ITO Forum in New York

Publisher of Outsourcing to Mexico Guide Named an Alliance Partner of Major International Global Sourcing Conference

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Considered by many to be the “Davos” of global sourcing conferences, the 6th Annual World BPO/ITO Forum is an event not to be missed.

New York, NY (PRWEB) June 25, 2013

Global Outsourcing Information Inc., a New York-based company that specializes in research and publishing about global outsourcing destinations and that has published its first Outsourcing Destinations Guide about outsourcing to Mexico, has been named an Alliance Partner of the upcoming 6th Annual World BPO/ITO Forum, taking place July 17-18 in New York City.

Victoria Prussen Spears, co-founder and chief executive officer of Global Outsourcing Information and co-author of Outsourcing Destinations: Mexico 2013, stated, “We are very proud to be an Alliance Partner of the 6th Annual World BPO/ITO Forum and a part of the very important work the organization is doing to advance the aims of international commerce.” Ms. Spears said that she encourages attendance at the invitation-only World BPO/ITO Forum by C-level executives and their direct reports from large to midcap firms who are interested in attending a “unique thought-leadership summit” where they can share best practices on global sourcing specifically related to business process outsourcing and IT outsourcing. Considered by many to be the “Davos” of global sourcing conferences, the 6th Annual World BPO/ITO Forum is an event not to be missed.

Kartik L. Kilachand, chief executive officer and co-founder of The World BPO Forum, Inc., said, “We are very pleased to be working with Global Outsourcing Information as an Alliance Partner.” Mr. Kilachand added that, “the essential work done by Global Outsourcing Information – providing comprehensive, up-to-date information about outsourcing destinations – supports the efforts of the 6th Annual World BPO/ITO Forum.”

Themed “Smartsourcing: Leveraging Collaboration & Innovation,” the 6th Annual World BPO/ITO Forum will provide a peer-to-peer group learning agenda focused on forward looking, strategic, and operational issues to facilitate important business discussions, Ms. Spears noted. It is designed to be a valuable networking atmosphere for top executives, currently using BPO/ITO services or interested in evaluating global sourcing opportunities, to meet with top service providers as well as multiple country representatives.

Notably, Proexport Colombia, an organization highlighted in a recent article by Ms. Spears entitled, “A South American Jewel, Colombia Shines as a Leading Outsourcing Destination,” will have a Pavilion at the Forum, and Luz Monica Perez, the Foreign Investment Director of Proexport Colombia, will be a panelist on the discussion, “The Rapidly Changing Landscape of Global Sourcing – Again!”

Keynote presentations at the World BPO/ITO Forum will be given by:

  •     Ben Pring and Paul Roehrig, Ph.D., Center for the Future of Work, Cognizant Technology Solutions;
  •     Atefeh Riazi, Chief Information Technology Officer, United Nations; and
  •     Vivek Kundra, Executive Vice President of Emerging Markets, Salesforce.com; and First Chief Information Officer of the United States (2009-2011).

To learn more about the 6th Annual World BPO/ITO Forum and its speakers, attendees, and agenda, visit: http://www.worldbpoforum.com.

Global Outsourcing Information, a publishing company headquartered in Miller Place, New York, and a member of the Nearshore Executive Alliance, writes and publishes Destination Guides containing the most up-to-date, reliable, highly researched, analytical, and comprehensive nearshoring and outsourcing destinations information available anywhere. Global Outsourcing Information’s new book, Outsourcing Destinations: Mexico 2013, is the first in a series of Destination Guides planned by the company.

Ms. Spears is available to editors and writers as a source about outsourcing to Mexico, Colombia, and other Latin American countries. A digital copy of Outsourcing Destinations: Mexico 2013 is available at no cost to journalists. For more information, visit http://www.globaloutsourcinginfo.com, e-mail info(at)globaloutsourcinginfo(dot)com or call 315.636.4272.