PRESS RELEASE: IAOP® announced its annual Global Outsourcing 100® and World’s Best Outsourcing Advisors lists. The lists were released at the opening day of IAOP’s 2016 Outsourcing World Summit, at Disney’ Yacht & Beach Club Resort and Conference Center, in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
The outsourcing service providers named to the eleventh annual listing of Global Outsourcing 100 includes companies from around the world providing the full spectrum of outsourcing services. The World’s Best Outsourcing Advisors, in its eighth year, is the annual listing of the top outsourcing advisors and consultants.
The association recognized the companies named to the lists at its 19th annual summit that brings together hundreds of outsourcing customers, advisors and providers from around the globe to share strategies for success in today’s economy.
“Choosing the right partners is more important than ever. Companies that outsource, not only in the traditional sense but also through the wide array of the ever-changing collaborative business models are scrutinizing their providers very closely,” said Debi Hamill, IAOP CEO. “The GO100 is the definitive guide to help companies research and compare service providers with whom they are considering relationships.”
The official lists will be premiered in a special advertising section on outsourcing in the 2nd Quarter 2016 FORTUNE 500 issue of Fortune magazine, on stands June 6, 2016. All companies included on the lists will have demonstrated their global excellence; “stars” will be awardedfor all companies distinguishing themselves in one or more judging category.
The 2016 judging panel was led by IAOP CEO Debi Hamill and Chairman, Michael F. Corbett. The panel included: Teresa Harris, COP, Global Supplier Relationship Manager, GE; William Hefley, Ph.D., CDP, COP, Clinical Professor, Naveen Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas Cheryl Seely, COP, Manager, Thomson Reuters; Paul Quaglia, COP, CIO, Scientific Games; Mary D. Lewis, Manager, Sourcing Governance & Analytics, Sprint; Brian Nicholson, Professor of Information Systems, Manchester Business School; Daniel Beimborn, Professor, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management; and Scott Singer, Managing Director, GBS, Rio Tinto.
During the event, IAOP and Information Services Group (ISG) will honor ISS (ISS.CO, ISS DC), a global leading facility services provider, as the winner of its fourth annual IAOP/ISG Global Outsourcing Social Responsibility Impact Award. ISS was selected from among applicants for the IAOP’s Global Outsourcing 100. In addition, ISG will make a cash donation in the name of ISS to its chosen charity, FedCap, which will be matched by ISS.