Business Process Outsourcing

Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) is the contracting of a specific business operation or process, such as customer service, finance & accounting, HR, recruiting, payroll or any other non-IT business function, to a third-party service provider, typically for a non-core competency to a provider with more specialized expertise, allowing the customer organization to focus on their main business or cut costs and maintain their position in the marketplace. BPO is often divided into two categories: back office outsourcing which includes internal business functions such as billing or purchasing, and front office outsourcing which includes customer-related services such as marketing or tech support.

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John is founder and CEO of NelsonHall, the leading Outsourcing Research and Analysis firm, and is widely regarded as one of the world's leading authorities on Business Process Services (BPS).John remains actively involved in customer assign...

Discussing the new Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Digital Strategy and RPA...

In this interview Dan Goodstein, President of the Outsourcing Institute sits down with Danila Meirlaen VP, Worldwide Business Process Services and Richard Mason, Chief Technologist of Business Process Services of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

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Capgemini’s Lee Beardmore Discusses RPA in Business Process Outsourcing and...

Dan Goodstein, President of the Outsourcing Institute, talks to Lee Beardmore, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Capgemini Global Business Process Outsourcing. In this interview, Lee discusses RPA in Business Process Outsourcing and Gives Advice for Implementing Automation.

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What’s on the Minds of CXO’s Investigating RPA & Intelligent...

Our new Cognirati video blog, created by IRPA founder Frank Casale, delivers a sneak peek into what CXOs are most concerned with when it comes to RPA & Intelligent Automation.  From getting clarity on industry jargon, figuring out where to started, deciding whether to make vs. buy, sorting out the pricing confusion and understanding where […]

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Near-Shoring to Latin America – Part Dos

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