Maximizing Deal Value Through 'Transformational' Sourcing: Where Sourcing Deals are Headed

4/19/2005

Outsourcing

New York, NY

Alistair Maughan

Alistair Maughan

Seminar

Businesses that use sourcing as part of their enterprise strategy often look for much more than cost savings, performance guarantees and ‘steady-state’ services. They increasingly seek transformation of core business processes and deals that lock in innovation as well as the steady-state.

Join us as we examine the trends in 'Transformational' Sourcing:

  • The practical difficulties involved in bridging the gap between services delivery and innovation
  • The emerging types of sourcing solutions companies are building into their enterprise strategies

The program will include:

  • Case studies from the financial services, customer service and other industries
  • Deal issues relevant to sourcing IT, finance and administrative functions, human resources management and back office processing

Why you should attend:

  • To understand how the changing sourcing market and deal models may affect your company’s plans for sourcing
  • To hear ‘transformational’ sourcing case studies relevant to your industry
  • To learn whether your company’s sourcing relationships and strategies are following today’s market trends

Who should attend:

CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, CTOs, General Counsels,sourcing executives and other sourcing professionals

Speakers:

John Kennedy, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP, New York office
Alistair Maughan - Partner, Morrison & Foerster MNP, London office
Rick Nathanson - Founder and CEO, Nathanson and Company LLC
David Skinner - Partner, Morrison & Foerster MNP, London office

CLE ACCREDITED

This invitation is transferable and open to colleagues. There is no charge to attend this seminar. Morrison & Foerster LLP has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York [8/20/2004 - 8/19/2007]. This continuing legal education course has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the Continuing Legal Education Board for a maximum of 1.5 credit hours.


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