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TiE Outsourcing Workshop, November 12th 2005
TiE Outsourcing Workshop, November 12th 2005 TiE Boston is honored to have S.D. Shibulal, Director and Head, Worldwide Sales & Customer Delivery and co-founder of Infosys, as the opening keynote speaker for the TiE Outsourcing Workshop to be held on November 12th, 2005 at the Boston University Management School. This year's TiE Outsourcing Workshop explores a wide spectrum of outsourcing activities that impact the American economy. From Manufacturing to High Tech, R&D to Bio Tech, no sector has been able to resist the Outsourcing winds of change. If you are just considering outsourcing or have already begun implementing an outsourcing strategy, this workshop will provide you with practical first hand takeaways from leading practitioners in the field. In an increasingly competitive and shrinking world, companies large and small have been forced to consider alternatives to reduce costs, improve productivity and to maintain their strategic edge. As companies struggle to meet these challenges, outsourcing is emerging as a key strategic initiative. However a bewildering array of choices overwhelm executives as they decide on the right path for their firm. The TiE Outsourcing Workshop provides attendees with a wide range of panels consisting of industry leaders in the areas of Manufacturing, Software and Bio/Pharma Outsourcing. You can draw on the expertise of end users and solution providers as they share their implementation scars and successes. Our audience-driven format ensures that you frame the dialog and drive the discussion. Three exciting tracks to choose from: Bio/Pharma: Global competition and narrowing margins are forcing Bio/Pharma companies to look to outsourced alternatives - What are the pressures on Bio/Pharma companies to outsource Clinical Trials? - How do companies manage outsourced Research spread over multiple continents and time zones ? Manufacturing: With increased commoditization of manufacturing, companies have been moving upstream to provide outsourced design services. - Find out the latest trends in outsourced manufacturing and design services? - Will US companies be delegated to just marketing and branding products? Software/IT Outsourcing: As a global IT infrastructure makes it easier for a company to distribute its core operations to leverage cost and time differences, find out: - If Outsourcing will help you reduce product costs and improve time to market? - How companies are moving beyond call centers to outsource core business processes? And who are some of the leading providers? Complete details on speakers and panels can be found on the TiE Boston website at http://www.tie-boston.org The TiE Outsourcing Conference is jointly produced by the TiE SSBF (Software and Services Business Forum), TiE Life Sciences SIG, the MIT Emerging Market Ventures club, Boston University Entrepreneurs Club and NECINA (New England Chinese Information & Networking Association). Where: Boston University, Management School 595 Commonwealth Ave., Boston MA 02215 When: Saturday, Nov 12th, 2004 Registration: 12.30 - 1.00 Session Keynote: 1.00 - 1.45 Session One: 2.00 - 3.15 · Software/IT Track · Bio/Pharma Track · Manufacturing Track Session Two: 3.30 - 4.45 · Software/IT Track · Bio/Pharma Track · Manufacturing Track Closing Keynote/ Wrap-up: 5.00 - 6.00 Cocktails/Vendor Showcase: 6.00 - 7.00 Registration: $30 Members/$45 non-Members/$20 Students Register at http://www.tie-boston.org/EventsCalendar Register Early to avoid late registration fee. Space is limited to 150.

Date: 11/12/2005
Location: Boston University, Management School 595 Commonwealth Ave., Boston MA 02215
Time: 12:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Organized By: TIE Boston

Cost: $30 Members/$45 non-Members/$20 Students

Contact: Seshi Vanguru 774-293-1001

Web: http://www.tie-boston.org/EventsCalendar
Email: seshi@impetus.com

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