November 1, 2011: As the global outsourcing industry is growing at an accelerated rate, Nearshore Americas has announced the top 50 influential outsourcing executives. The Nearshore Americas is an online news brand which focuses on BPO and IT services.
Nearshore Americas is one of the popular media websites which provides news on the outsourcing industry. They analyze key trends in the outsourcing industry and provide reports from interviews and also offer video reports. Business executives and investors form the audience of Nearshore Americas.
The list of top 50 executives for the year 2011 consists of professionals who have made large contributions in strengthening the Business Process Outsourcing industry and the IT services industry. The other contributions include new business development, improving the competitiveness of the region, setting high standards for service delivery and thus enhancing the lives of their employees.
David Shpilberg, co founder and executive vice chairman of the CPM Braxis, an arm of French based Capgemini, ranks first in the list. David Shpilberg has made the company one of the largest IT providers in Latin America. David has responded that this ranking is an honor for him and that he would like to share it with the founding partners, Jair Ribeiro and Rogerio Brecha.
According to Kirk Laughlin, founder and Editorial Director of Nearshore Americas, Mr. Shpilberg is an outstanding leader of outsourcing services excellence. The unquestioned dedication of Mr. Shpilberg and others in the list has made Latin American outsourcing and IT services to compete with major players like India in the global front.
The top executives in the power 50 include
- Beni Lopez, Chief Globalization officer at Softtek
- Marc Vollenweider, CEO of Evaluserve
- Henry Manzano, CEO of TCS LatAm
- Steve Rudderham, Vice President of Global transitions at Capgemini BPO
- Enrique Cortes, Executive Director of Dell Latin America
- Atul Vashistha, Chairman of the Neo group
The Power 50 ranking is a result of analysis and review which took four months and a panel of 5 expert judges for Nearshore Americas. The judging panel consisted of various experts from the industry and various other consulting firms. Professionals were judged based on their impact on the growth and visibility of the outsourcing industry, their achievements in the field, their effort to improve the standards in the industry, and recognition as industry thought leader.
The analysis and review was conducted on executives from 14 countries across Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America