Bringing Services Back In-House: Understand your options
Outsourcing has its place but the all or nothing approach is not for everyone. More and more organizations have explored the possibility and process of bringing Services back in house, but aren't sure where to begin.
Join CORE to learn why some organizations are bringing some services back in-house and what factors to consider to make sure your organization is making the correct decisions.
Ryan is counsel in the Technology Law Group in Toronto. He has a general corporate and commercial practice with a focus on technology industries. He advises clients on intellectual property, privacy, and technology law issues, and acts for clients on complex and strategic commercial licensing, procurement and outsourcing transactions.
Ian Watt, Director on Wipro’s Advisor Relations and Strategic Engagements
Ian took up this role recently after a ten year stint with the Advisors ISG (Information Services Group, also TPI). At ISG he was responsible for leading strategy work, transactions (usually, but not exclusively ADM), and transitions. He led the ISG global transition practice. Prior to ISG, Ian held positions as Director at McDonalds and Allstate Insurance, Senior Manager at KPMG, and a variety of interesting positions in Belgium and the UK.
Tom Rayner, Senior Outsourcing Advisor, Hydro One
Tom has 20+ years of experience in outsourcing as a buyer, supplier and outsourcing advisor helping major corporations execute outsourcing transactions, transitions and transformations, designing and implementing governance organizations, and service integration and management (SIAM) structures. Tom has advised on ITO, ADM, HR, Facilities, CSO and BPO outsourcing deals in Canada, USA and UK. He has direct experience managing transitions (customer to supplier, supplier to supplier and supplier to customer). Tom’s day to day role is to advise, oversee and govern a broad range of outsourced services (ITO, ADM, CSO, BPO) at Hydro One.
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8:00 to 8:30 am – Breakfast and networking
8:30 to 9:15 am – Presentations, questions and discussion
9:30 to 10:15 am – Panel Discussion