ValueNotes named one of the Top Research and Data Services Firms in the 2008 Black Book of Outsourcing

Pune, India, 20 October 2008

ValueNotes, a leading provider of business intelligence and research, has been named as one of the “Top Research and Data Services Firms” by Brown-Wilson Group in their prestigious 2008 Black Book of Outsourcing.


Outsourcing Research Data Services
1 Everest Research
2 Gartner
3 McKinsey
4 AMR Research
5 Forrester
6 Deloitte
7 ValueNotes
9 Frost & Sullivan
10 Yankee Group

Each year, the Brown-Wilson Group evaluates leading global outsourcing service providers. It takes into account 26 management criteria and 18 operational excellence key performance indicators. The criteria solely take into account the client’s experience. Over 300,000 global outsourcing users are invited to participate.

Brown-Wilson’s Black Book research results are recognized as the most extensive and representative perception study of outsourcing service providers.

Arun Jethmalani, CEO, ValueNotes, says “An award that validates our efforts, and puts us among the best – it’s a matter of pride and a feeling of accomplishment.” About ValueNotes

ValueNotes Database is a leading provider of business intelligence and research, with expertise across selected domains and types of customer needs. Working with clients across the globe, we have significant understanding of international markets.

The ValueNotes Outsourcing Practice is one of the largest information providers on the outsourcing industry. The Practice uses a comprehensive, analytical framework providing fresh insights into the fast emerging and yet, complex outsourcing space. We extensively track the space through regular analysis of news and events, continuous primary research and contact with the industry. Additional information is available at

ValueNotes Database Private Limited
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Contact: Disha Bheda or Neeta Joshi
Tel: +91 20 2588 1164 / 65

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