During this virtual town hall, Nigel Storey, Chief Operating Officer for Johnson & Johnson Design will share key lessons that he has learned throughout the past decade while working with nearshore LatAm providers.
The Supply Wisdom Risk Infographic is an overview of global sourcing Risks & Opportunities in LATAM. The Q1, 2017 Supply Wisdom Risk Infographic covers Argentina, Brazil, Colombia & Mexico. Overall Risk scores from Q2 2016 to Q1 2017 are mapped along with the insights into the country’s risk environment.
Today, organizations are looking for vendors that can not only adopt agile principles but that can also collaborate naturally and can meet the growing demand. Leaders across industries are scaling their nearshore operations as their practices evolve from traditional approaches to emerging new engagement types that rely on automation, close collaboration and proximity.
A study undertaken by the Online Marketing Institute found that most businesses consider digital marketing an important part of their business, yet only 8% feel that their teams had enough skills and experience across all areas. LatAm is rich in digital talent.
During this presentation, Jeff Pappas, Executive Vice President with E Smith Realty Services, used his vast knowledge and hands-on experience working with clients in the LatAm region to discuss the key requirements when considering Latin America as a viable outsourcing alternative as well as why companies are deciding to move their operations there.
NEW YORK, NY (APRIL 06, 2017) - SIG’s LatAm Alliance Working Council, the industry’s leading association for IT services and business process outsourcing in Latin America, today announced the election of Nigel Storey, COO and Senior Director of Johnson & Johnson Design as Board Co-Chair and Jorge Agnese, Vice President, Professional Services of AAJ Technologies as Board member.