Tag: KPO

Infosys BPO Ltd. – Powered by Intellect, Driven by Values | Service Provider

Infosys BPO Ltd. – Powered by Intellect, Driven by Values | Service Provider

Infosys BPO Ltd., the Business Process Outsourcing subsidiary of Infosys Technologies, was established in April 2002. Since then, it has grown consistently to close FY 2009-10 with revenues of $352.1 million. Our company has centers in India, the Czech Republic, China, the Philippines, Poland, Mexico, the USA, and Brazil, and employs over 19,300 people. Infosys BPO […]

Why Chile Is Becoming an Offshore Destination | Article

Why Chile Is Becoming an Offshore Destination | Article

Today, companies are outsourcing to other places in the world besides Asia to diversity their risk. Read why both buyers and suppliers are selecting Chile.

Editor’s Corner: WNS’s Anish Nanavaty | Article

Editor’s Corner: WNS’s Anish Nanavaty | Article

Anish Nanavaty leads WNS’s Knowledge Services, the company’s fastest-growing division, which provides knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) and analytics services. Read how growing up in New York helps him lead a global division and why organizations as diverse as the Boston Red Sox and Harrah’s Entertainment need analytics to compete.

European and Worldwide Knowledge Process Outsourcing Trends | Article

European and Worldwide Knowledge Process Outsourcing Trends | Article

Knowledge Process Outsourcing may become the fastest-expanding outsourcing initiative in the next 12 months, especially across Europe. Here’s what you need to know about KPO trends, the value proposition, and how to select a KPO service provider.

Outsourcing Now Has Ebusiness Component | Article

Outsourcing Now Has Ebusiness Component | Article

When buyers decide to outsource today, you can bet ebusiness considerations are part of the contract. Paul Cofoni, president of the technology management group at Computer Science Corporation (CSC), says he rarely sees an outsourcing proposal that doesn’t have a substantial ecommerce component. Companies want to create a business-to-business (B2B) exchange, use ebusiness to enhance their supply chain management, or simply make it easier for their clients to have access to them…