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Data Analytics – The Next Stage of Shared Services Evolution and Maturity Evolution of Shared Services The Shared Services journey started in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s with organizations trying to centralize and consolidate transactional activities to help el...
Singapore, 19 December 2016 – today, SSON Analytics, the global data analytics centre of the Shared Services & Outsourcing Network (SSON) has announced the launch of a new benchmarking study with the world's 20 most admired shared services organisations (SSOs).The s...
Introducing a data analytics project is an intimidating proposition. Faced with multiple vendor pitches, new must-have solutions, C-suite expectations, headlines, and promises of what can be achieved … how do you begin to move towards building your own Data Analytics...
Emma Beaumont is the leader of SSON globally, responsible for the strategic direction and growth of all SSON customer channels including all SSON events, SSON’s online portal www.ssonetwork.com and SSON’s recently launched research and data analytics centre, SSON Analyt...
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December 18, 2014 NSW govt commences talks with Infosys, Unisys for shared services The NSW government has established a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Infosys and Unisys to progress detailed discussions for both companies to provide shared ICT services to...
SSON Analytics provides visual data insights on the shared services and outsourcing industry through various ways and scopes of exploration. This video will walk you through our current array of interactive reports and data tools.
October 31, 2014 Wireless Services Provider Takes a Massive Leap with Zycus Procurement Solutions Zycus, a world leader in Procurement Technology solutions across the source-to-pay cycle, announced today that U.S. telecom giant is adopting its complete suite of up...
GBS is still one of the most interesting shared services trends. Is it right for you?
How do you know if your performance is ‘where it should be’? And anyway, where should it be? Are you, perhaps, bumping along sub-par? And: what’s a valid benchmark?Answering questions like these is not easy in isolation. That's why benchmarking is so popular. In fact, i...
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