Thinking B.I.G.G. in OutsourcingTrends in BPO, Innovation, Governance & Global Sourcing:The Outsourcing Institute's New York Spring RoadShow


New York

Morrison & Foerster is delighted to be sponsoring the Outsourcing Institute RoadShow: New York 2008.

What are the B.I.G.G. concepts shaping outsourcing in 2008? How will trends in BPO, Innovation, Governance & Global Sourcing affect your business today – and tomorrow?

Grab a front-row seat as outsourcing leaders and practitioners detail the trends, changes and challenges facing today’s outsourcing industry. Based on feedback from buyers and suppliers across the industry and from around the globe, this year’s New York RoadShow will feature informative workshops, lively panel discussions, compelling case studies and small-group breakout sessions that promise powerful content delivered by proven leaders.

Attendees will discover how:

  • Global leaders have capitalized on best practices in challenging markets to boost ROI and deliver real results
  • Well-crafted contracts and service level agreements can protect your interests – across countries and continents
  • BPO can shift an organization from a defensive posture to a position of power in a fast-changing and highly competitive marketplace
  • The latest research can guide your organization through the sometimes confusing maze of providers and solutions
  • Hands-on workshops in governance will lead to BPO best practices in the enterprise.

On June 3, join the industry’s dealmakers, leading thinkers and compelling speakers in unparalleled peer-to-peer discussions and networking opportunities emphasizing experiences, lessons learned and proven value propositions. Engaging, entertaining and empowering, The Outsourcing Institute’s Spring RoadShow is BPO Best Practices on a Bigger Scale.

Morrison & Foerster is also pleased to welcome guest speaker Jyn Schultze-Melling, visiting international attorney currently based in Morrison & Foerster's New York office, who is a partner with German firm, Nörr Stiefenhofer Lutz.




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