LONDON, June 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
The world of financial shared services has changed. Are you ready to take advantage of the new opportunities?
At the 2014 Shared Services Exchange senior industry practitioners will be gathering to debate and collaborate on the two major opportunities in the market at the moment: transformation of existing services and becoming a higher value partner to their businesses.
With speakers including Covidien, Global Process Director Customer to Cash; KCI Medical, VP Finance EMEA & GM Shared Services; National Grid, Director Shared Services; UBS, Executive Director, Head Sourcing/Outsourcing- Americas Group Operations; Metro AG, Head of Global Shared Services, the 8th edition of the Exchange will be a unique opportunity to engage at a strategic industry level. The event is specifically designed for shared services and strategic business leaders to help solve current challenges whilst also optimising the next wave of opportunities.
And to ensure the Exchange is really aligned with industry activity, this year an Advisory Council has been introduced to shape the very best event possible for the attending delegates. Seven end-user practitioners, including Avis Budget Group, Tui Travel and Hitachi, will meet regularly in the lead up to the event to share their ideas and recommendations for the development of the Exchange.
The Exchange team have also worked closely with the shared services sector to craft a programme that showcases best practice, inspires with new concepts, and tackles major industry challenges.
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But that's not all, the Exchange isn't just about the programme - it is a meeting that the participants define through their active involvement and contribution to the many discussion and networking elements. The tailored programme and the outstanding speaker line up create an environment of thought leadership, innovative problem solving and industry collaboration. Added to this are the select group of solution providers attending, and this means that everyone leaves with robust business plans plus the critical support and networks to take them forwards.
Lucy James, Head of Production for the Shared Services Exchange comments:
"Our speakers are from a broad range of industries and backgrounds, but they're united in their need to address several key opportunities in the market at this time. We're looking forward to two days of rich debate and problem solving."
For more information or to request your invitation to attend the Shared Services Exchange (16 - 17 September 2014, The Netherlands) visit http://bit.ly/1m4dv97, call +44(0)207-368-9484 or email email@example.com
SOURCE The Shared Services Exchange