On April 26th and 27th the German Outsourcing Association invites buyers, providers, consultants and representatives of public administration to its annual conference in the Microsoft Atrium in the center of Berlin.

The ITO&BPO Germany Forum is the only non-commercial, international event focusing on the German ITO and BPO market in Germany and is supported by the most important industry associations and clusters in Europe.

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Confirmed key participants: CTO Deutsche Telekom Qivicon, CIO Verbund AG (AT), Chief Expert Business Development Department Mayors Office Municipality of Plovdiv Bulgaria, Vice Preseident Stefanini, Senior Manager, Germany Trade&Invest (Federal Republic of Germany), Managing Director OpusCapita Germany, Representative of City of Opole Public Administration Office Poland, Managing Director Europe Sutherland, Managing Director CAST Software, Investment Department Republic of Estonia, Senior Consultant Bearing Point, Partner Trestle Consulting, Head of International Affairs and Foreign Investment Department Cluj-Napoca City and others..

Among the invited guests are: Ambassador of the Republic of Philipines, Deputy Mayor of City of Opole in Poland, Senior Consultant and CEO at CapGemini, Regional Center Head at Infosys, BPO Director at HP, Center Director Deutsche Bank, Division Director at Ministry of Commerce in The People’s Republic of China, Deputy Director of Lodz Special Economic Zone in Poland, IT-Department at RWE Energie and more.

More than 9,000 representatives of ITO/BPO users, consultants and service providers as well as representatives form public administration are invited.

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Interest alignment between buyers and providers

During the several panel discussions the participants will learn about the interests and challenges of service buyers and providers as well as about strategies and models to support IT- and business process services industries.

Besides the open discussions and several networking sessions on day 1 of the conference, outsourcing service providers will have the chance to attend the half-day “Market Entry & Growth” workshop on day 2, that is organized in co-operation with Germany Trade and Invest, the Investment promotion agency of the German Federal Republic. The participation on the workshop is free for all conference attendees.

Non-commercial networking event

The participants benefit from a well-balanced participant list, with 50% German attendees (incl. Austria, Switzerland) and 50% international attendees. Other benefits are:

  • Non-commercial event with free participation options (users/buyers) and friendly participation and event partnership options
  • Very unique presentation combined with publishing and advertising
  • Unique mix of panelists and presenters
  • Better networking with help of the event networking catalogue

This is a rare occasion for those who wish to extend their engagement on the German market to fully understand the unique market conditions, to get to know the perspective of service buyers and to learn how to do business within Germany.

More information and registration at: www.outsourcing-forum.org For questions you can contact the organizer via: event@outsourcing-verband.org