Dallas, Texas (PressExposure) February 28, 2012 -- Leading global sourcing advisory and benchmarking firm, Alsbridge, Inc., today announced Alsbridge Director, Carlos Hernandez will moderate a key analyst panel during the 2012 Shared Services and Outsourcing Week (SSOW) put on by the Shared Services & Outsourcing Network (SSON).
The session which will take place at 9:25 A.M., Thursday March 8th, during the 16th Annual North American Shared Services & Outsourcing Week conference in Orlando, Florida, will cover seven things you never knew about shared services impact on global markets and other trends and predictions from key industry analysts. The session will also feature viewpoints from:
Eric Simonson, Managing Partner, Research, Everest Group
Phil Fersht, Founder & CEO, HfS Research
Stephanie Moore, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
"Our sponsorship of the 16th Annual North American Shared Services and Outsourcing Week represents a great partnership between Alsbridge and the SSON," says Ben Trowbridge, CEO of Alsbridge, Inc. "The SSOW is an ideal forum for working through challenges and sharing insights around the outsourcing and shared services market. Our service offerings are perfectly in line with the needs of the attendees."
In addition to moderating the analyst panel, Alsbridge will also contribute to the 16th Annual North American Shared Services & Outsourcing Week conference by participating in G6 Visionaries Global Sourcing Think Tank. Alsbridge CEO, Ben Trowbridge, was elected to participate in this live designed to address the most challenging issues facing the industry today. The G6 panel will take place at 11:00 AM; Thursday, March 8th and will feature the viewpoints of some of the industry's top executive and sourcing authorities.
"The G6 panel is a group of experienced and renowned industry players. This group represents a set of leaders, competitors and visionaries that have and will stimulate the next wave of sourcing innovation in our industry. I am honored to be a part of this amazing group!" Trowbridge said. "Regardless of whether you choose outsourcing or shared services or some combination of the two, the core question in 2012 will be how to build sufficient trust in our sourcing relationships that foster growth and innovation. As leaders we must realize that sourcing trust is a result of a delicate set of balances that require constant attention and benchmarking."