IIAR Discussion Group – OVUM to Discuss the Black Book of Outsourcing

The IIAR is delighted to host a teleconference  led by OVUM/Datamonitor on Tuesday 29th June 2010 from 16:00 BST to 17:00 BST / 11:00 EST/8:00 PDT. Eamonn Kennedy, Research and Analysis Director at Datamonitor, will be with us to introduce the Black Book of Outsourcing.

The Black Book of Outsourcing: what AR professionals need to know about the world’s largest investigation into customer satisfaction with outsourcing.

Many AR professionals have heard of The Black Book of Outsourcing. Some understand the details behind it but few understand the changes that Datamonitor has made to this business in 2010. The Black Book of Outsourcing does not rely on traditional AR channels – it goes direct to clients for their feedback on satisfaction with outsourced services and the providers who deliver these services. In 60 minutes, this session seeks to provide AR professionals with answers to their executives’ questions about The Black Book. Eamonn will focus on the information requirements of AR professionals and will be happy to take questions.

IIAR members who would like to join the call should RSVP on huddle or by email to Jane.Courtenay (at) analystrelations (dot) org.

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