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As they plan recoveries and fortify business continuity plans, many business leaders are seeking to rebalance their sourcing models with a heavy emphasis on insourcing. In this recent Everest Group we [...]

September 23rd 17h00 – 18h00 Register Here The post How Covid 19 put the spotlight on the GBS sector in South Africa appeared first on Intelligent Sourcing. [...]

Date: 22 September Time: 10h00 – 12h00 We will unpack the effects of the COIVD-19 pandemic on the South African economy and the implications of this on the operating model going forward. Register here [...]

Date: 21 September Time: 14h00 – 16h00 This webinar will touch on how BPO providers can position themselves to grow while leveraging the locational advantages of South Africa as an outsourcing destina [...]

When this pandemic started about half a year ago (feels like half a century) it was still quite rare for contact centre agents to be based at home. Analysts have been talking about the opportunities f [...]

It is not a coincidence that in a year of heavily disrupted markets, intelligent automation (IA) has made a leap forward in reputation and taken centre stage in the investment plans of businesses. Eme [...]

Over the past six months, decision-makers have learned that remote working drives solid business benefits.  These should not be underestimated. Through the pandemic, remote work has helped many organi [...]

Grand Connaught Rooms, Central London Thursday 4th March 2021 Since 2001, eWorld Procurement & Supply has provided a unique insight into the latest innovations and technologies for senior procurem [...]

Change is difficult. We all know that. There is an entire field of psychology devoted to studying organisations and how change can be managed successfully. As we know from our recent experience with t [...]

By Girish Ramachandran – President, Tata Consultancy Services, Asia Pacific Professor Ilan Oshri, PhD – Graduate School of Management, The University of Auckland Business School Professor Julia Kotlar [...]

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17 March 2020: Deloitte Cybersecurity announced that the founders and 50 team members of leading Australian security architecture specialists, Zimbani, will join the firm from April. By combining Zimb [...]

Ben Trowbridge, EY Global Cybersecurity Managed Services Leader was awarded the 2019 Innovator of the year award.  Now in its third year, the CIO/CTO Awards program honors chief information officers, [...]

October 21, 2015 – Los Angeles, California — International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP), the premiere global outsourcing association has inducted Avasant Managing Partner – Europe, [...]

Data is at the epicenter of the transformation of U.S. healthcare to a consumer-centric ecosystem, primarily due to the multitude of participants who want to view what they need, when they need it, vi [...]

“The mandates to improve care, advance quality and share information, combined with the constant pressure to reduce costs within the healthcare ecosystem, demand far greater collaboration and coordina [...]

NTT DATA Inc., a leading IT services provider, and FlexTech, a leading healthcare information technology consulting company, together announced a strategic partnership that will leverage their ‘Best i [...]

Acquisition will enhance EY’s ability to quickly and efficiently deliver critical cybersecurity services EY has announced the Mycroft team, a leading provider of cloud-based identity-as-a-service (IDa [...]

A successful digitalization strategy is critical to insurance firms’ survival. This white paper examines effective strategies for overcoming internal obstacles to digital transformation and the crucia [...]

The rich and long history of outsourcing—now around 200 years if you consider outsourcing for agriculture, manufacturing, accounting and now medical opinion—has evolved to be a more complex process ov [...]

The Jefferson Project at Lake George, one of the most ambitious research projects to deploy Big Data and analytics technology to manage and protect a body of fresh water, is entering a new phase in wh [...]

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News from Kosovo

The leaders of some parliamentary groups are holding a meeting to harmonize the resolution on the dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia, which failed to pass today in the Assembly session, because there (...)

The Embassies of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States called on the Government and Assembly of Kosovo to oppose any attempts to undermine or discredit the mission of the K (...)

During the last 24 hours, in the Laboratory of Molecular Microbiology in NIPHK and in private laboratories, with the RT-PCR method were tested a total of 678 samples taken from the HUCSK and the track (...)

Criteria that should be met by meat sector businesses, for export of products, the need for support from institutions, border control to stop the circulation of illegal products and the cooperation of (...)

Today, the Kosovo Customs issued the certificate for Authorized Economic Operator (AEO), the first for this year, for security to a local company, which enables the opening of a terminal for the needs (...)

The members of the Assembly of Kosovo have gathered today to discuss the situation in education and the beginning of the new academic year. The Minister of Education, Ramë Likaj, was called to interpe (...)

The MP of the Assembly of Kosovo from the ranks of AAK, Arbër Tolaj, made a public call to the Minister of Agriculture, Besian Mustafa, to seriously address the vital problem that the vinedressers of (...)

Even in today’s session, the Assembly of Kosovo did not have a quorum to vote on the resolution of Vetëvendosje regarding the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue. The post Even today there is no quorum for Vetëven (...)

Half of pension contributors on average can withdraw from the Trust only 31 euros, said Agron Demi from the GAP Institute. The post Demi: Half of the citizens can withdraw from the Trust only 31 euros (...)

Former mayor of Lipjan, Shukri Buja is sentenced to two years in prison. Buja is convicted by the Basic Court of Prishtina on charges of abuse of office in connection with the case known as “Feronikel (...)

Economic News

The outgoing Minister of Economic Development, Valdrin Lluka, today handed over the office to the new Minister of Economy, Employment, Trade, Strategic Investments Entrepreneurship, Industry, Rozeta H (...)

The Governor of the Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo, Fehmi Mehmeti, hosted today in a meeting the Deputy Director of the World Bank, Mr. Diego Martinez, and the Senior Financial Sector Officer (...)

Chamber of Doing Business in Kosovo welcomes the formation of the new government led by PM, Albin Kurti. (...)

The Kosovo Chamber of Commerce will hold a meeting with the Customs, the Tax Administration of Kosovo and the Food and Veterinary Agency. (...)

The Government of Kosovo should be more focused on combating the informal economy and based on the legislation in force for the development of Kosovo Economic Governance towards EU enlargement process (...)

In a joint meeting organized by the Chamber of Doing Business in Kosovo, businesses have presented their problems and demands to the Director General of Kosovo Customs, Bahri Berisha. (...)

Delays in government formation process are not only affecting the country's budget, but also causing considerable damage to businesses' confidence. (...)

The Acting Minister of Economic Development, Valdrin Lluka and the Head of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA) office in Kosovo, Gunther Zimmer, have signed the cooperation agreement between the Gov (...)

Kosovo continues to have a negative trade balance in relation to its partners, however after imposing 100% tariff, data show that imports declined in 2019. (...)

Kosovo Manufacturing Club (KMC) holds a roundtable discussion today on the effect of 100% tariff on Serbian and Bosniak products in the country's economy a year after its application. (...)

In the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Tax Administration of Kosovo, President Hashim Thaçi said that 20 years ago the TAK laid the foundation of a structure that enabl (...)

The Chamber of Doing Business in Kosovo welcomes the decision of the Central Bank of Kosovo (CBK) enabling bank customers to make payments through POS terminals at no additional cost. (...)

The political crisis in Kosovo due to the delay of formation of the government has created negative economic effects and was a severe blow to businesses. (...)

Although it is not ruled out for the country to enter into budget crisis, the outgoing government is failing to bring a solution, because it has no legitimacy to submit the draft budget to the Parliam (...)

The Central Bank of the Republic of Kosovo has announced that regarding to the origin of FDI, Germany represents the country from where came the majority of FDI (EUR 53.4 million), followed by Switzer (...)