Every year, SSON’s survey highlights enormous progression in Shared Services’ evolution. The past couple of years have shown a clear move away from transactional, human-based work towards data driven, knowledge-based activity – enabled by automation.
Shared Services Organisations in the Middle East are developing new competencies and taking on growth, frequently by leveraging new Centres of Expertise or Excellence (more than 2/3 of Middle East SSCs now leverage COEs) and expanding into new services and geographies.
The State Of The Shared Services Market Report 2019: The Middle East highlights ten trends emerging from this year’s Middle East respondents, which emphasise the new direction, strategies and value-add SSOs are carving out for themselves.
Top Trends In The Middle East:
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Middle Eastern SSCs are striving to add more value by expanding service scope and leveraging automation, but change management remains a huge hurdle to surmount. This report will dive into existing trends of Shared Services based in the Middle East. Through public and proprietary data sources, it will:
Put together by the SSON Analytics team, this report looks into the shared services trends in the Middle East and provides costs comparison across the Top 5 SSC cities and Top 5 emerging cities in the region.