Outsourcing Institute’s Wall Street Tech Conference

Outsourcing Institute’s Wall Street Tech Conference

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The Wall Street Tech Conference, hosted by Outsourcing Institute, is an exclusive, intimate and innovative technology forum, created to help CIOs, CTOs, tech sourcing executives and business leaders across the Banking, Financial Services and Insurance industries find new resources and build relationships. Now in its 3rd year, this event will take place on June 2, 2015 at the Bohemian National Hall in New York City.

The program will explore this year’s ‘T5’, the top 5 trends creating opportunities and challenges for Wall Street: Cloud, Mobility, Automation, Cyber-Security/Compliance & Outsourcing.

Christine Ferrusi Ross, Neo Group Partner & SVP, will be participating on a panel on Business Transformation through Strategic Sourcing: a Playbook for Success. Outsourcing is an integral part of global corporations, a key element of boardroom strategy and an important driver of the bottom line. With the rapid maturing of the global services industries (ITO, BPO and KPO) and the emergence of new skills and new markets, it is now possible to source diverse processes that couldn’t possibly be imagined in previous years. This panel will explore these strategic sourcing opportunities, including analytics, digital and more, and examine how they can be leveraged to achieve business transformation.

Register to join us for an insightful one-day conference.  Admission is complimentary for Buyers.  If you are an Influencer or Service Provider we are happy to extend a 50% discount on behalf of Neo Group and the Outsourcing Institute – please use code NeoGroup50 when registering.

You can learn more about Wall Street Tech on the event website.

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