Clarence T. Schmitz, Chairman & CEO of Outsource Partners International, Named a ''FAO Superstar'' : - The Award Recognizes Schmitz's Commitment to Providing Clients with Continuous Improvement and for Developing a Global Business Model Appropriate for Both the Enterprise and Middle Markets -

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Outsource Partners International, Inc. (OPI), a leading provider of finance, accounting, and tax business process outsourcing (BPO) as well as related services, announced today that Clarence T. Schmitz, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, has been named a 2008 Superstar of the finance and accounting outsourcing (FAO) industry. This marks the fourth consecutive year that Schmitz has been selected by FAO Today magazine for this honor.

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I gratefully accept this recognition on behalf of the 2,300 dedicated professionals at OPI who are tirelessly committed to delivering the benefits of FAO. I am honored to be included among the listing of many distinguished providers, advisors, and buyers who together are credited for making FAO one of fastest growing outsourcing segments today.

Schmitz is credited by FAO Today magazine as a pioneer who, "proved that OPI could provide the global business model for FAO in both the enterprise and middle markets." While most providers developed offerings appropriate for larger enterprise companies, OPI built a customized approach that has delivered value to companies both large and small. Today OPI stands out for its ability to successfully serve middle market clients and has repeatedly been named the #1 Mid-Market FAO Provider by other industry sources. These accolades extend to the enterprise market where OPI has also consistently garnered a Top 10 Enterprise FAO Provider ranking.

Schmitz was also applauded, "for his commitment to providing clients with continuous improvement." Drawing on Six Sigma and OPI's proprietary process improvement methodology, "The 90-Day Challenge," OPI is focused on helping its clients find better ways of operating - be it through integration of best practices, standardization or consolidation of functions, or elimination of process bottlenecks.

About the commendation, Clarence T. Schmitz noted, "I gratefully accept this recognition on behalf of the 2,300 dedicated professionals at OPI who are tirelessly committed to delivering the benefits of FAO. I am honored to be included among the listing of many distinguished providers, advisors, and buyers who together are credited for making FAO one of fastest growing outsourcing segments today."

FAO Today magazine's list of FAO Superstars is published annually and names the industry's most influential service providers, advisors, and buyers of the finance and accounting outsourcing industry. Noted individuals have made sizeable contributions to the marketplace and are recognized for their leadership, innovation, and proven track records.

The 2008 FAO Superstars first appeared in March/April 2008 issue of FAO Today magazine and can be found online at http://www.faotoday.com/magazine.asp?artID=2004.

About Outsource Partners International (OPI)

Outsource Partners International, Inc. (OPI) is a leading professional services firm dedicated to the provision of finance, accounting, and tax business process outsourcing (BPO) and related services. These finance & accounting BPO related services include data management, research & analytics, business operations consulting, and information technology outsourcing.

OPI was built and is managed by experienced professional accountants, most of whom are former Big Four accounting firm partners and managers. This unique heritage underlies a strong spirit of partnership with its clients. Placing service and quality first has enabled OPI to build an extensive portfolio of satisfied clients who serve as real-world examples of the benefits of outsourcing.

OPI has more than 2,300 professionals operating in its offices throughout the United States, Europe and India. For more information about OPI and its finance and accounting solutions, visit http://www.opiglobal.com.

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