Hexacta was included in the Top 100 Companies that define the global outsourcing business

GS100The Top 100 Companies that define the global outsourcing business list again includes Hexacta.

Buenos Aires, July 2011. –Once again Hexacta was distinguished as one of the  Top 100 companies that define the global business of IT outsourcing services (GS100). The list was performed by the Global Services Consulting firm and NeoAdvisory. This study recognizes excellence and maturity of services provided to customers. The GS100 is a global reference for buyers in the industry due to its strict methodology and its broad coverage.

“We are really proud of receiving this recognition. This is the result of a big effort made by everybody in the company in the last years traduced in an important staff growth” said Javier López de Lagar, partner of Hexacta.

Companies who opted to participate in the survey were asked to share exhaustive information through an online survey. The top 100 list and the names are derived using a scientific research methodology based on several qualitative parameters.
The GS100 model for analysis is based on four primary pillars:
•    Management Excellence (includes revenue, growth, profitability, expansion, M&A, headcount, thought leadership, innovation capability, marketing excellence,)
•    Customer Maturity (paying customers, new customers, verticals represented, geographies represented, sectoral diversity, contract sizes, customer cases, etc.)
•    Global Delivery Maturity (global delivery footprint, type of work done, expansions, headcounts, growth in headcounts)
•    Breadth of Services Portfolio (breadth of capabilities and service offerings across ITO and BPO, domain expertise across verticals, engagement models, etc.)

“The Global Services 100 is a study that identifies the top global ITO and BPO service providers who demonstrate leadership through outstanding performance and innovation. The Global Services 100 study is recognized as an industry benchmark for being one of the most objective and comprehensive research effort in identifying and honoring leaders amongst service providers”, said Ed Nair, editor in Global Services.

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