The three-day Summit will feature keynote presentations by industry and domain experts; panel discussions with top industry executives from around the region and other respected and influential resource persons; gala dinners; business matching sessions; exclusive briefings; unconferencing sessions; and, a supplier exhibit. It is expected to attract more than 500 top-level executives and key government officials from the IT-BPM and GIC industry, services centers, and key markets around the world.
Sessions are designed to provide an interactive platform to support a vibrant discussion and meaningful exchanges of viewpoints. As the Summit’s theme implies, the perspective is both global and local. Global in the sense of growing demand and increasing breadth of services. It is local because speakers, panelists, and delegates will evaluate mature, developing, and emerging services centers and their expertise, their people, and their business environments.
The Summit will provide significant returns for delegates, including timely, highly relevant, and compelling panel discussions, actual participation in those discussions, and multiple networking opportunities with the most influential and respected IT-BPM industry leaders in the world. But seats are limited. To ensure your seat at the Summit, please register today at www.internationaloutsourcingsummit.com.
For registration inquiries, call Gino Rivera at +63 2 757 3500 local 330, mobile +63 917 5574526, or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unlocking Possibilities, Creating New Vistas
Known for the depth and breadth of its services, the information technology and business process management (IT-BPM) industry is changing the world as we know it. The shift in political and economic power resulting from the global financial crisis has also accelerated competition and created unparalleled avenues for those in the developing world.
Players in this dynamic environment, both large and small, are redefining their business models. In this era of high growth, attaining success across a range of markets means engaging relevant stakeholders so that they meaningfully contribute and effectively respond to these rapid changes. Moreover, governments and companies are in a race to develop a global workforce that can meet the complex challenges of the future.
For the past five years, the International Outsourcing Summit (IOS) has paved the way for global industry stakeholders to learn about these issues from the leaders and experts, with the goal of enabling them with insights that are useful to their sectors, companies, and communities. This year’s Summit will be as compelling for delegates of diverse geographies and areas of expertise.