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Industry watchers have observed with awe and admiration the incredible evolutionary journey of Global In-house Centers (GICs). Over the past few years, GICs have continued to evolve and mature at a rapid pace and earning enormous credibility equity along the way in recognition to their disruptive impact on transformation a broad range of industries.

GICs have matured to become trusted enterprise transformational agents and have morphed into becoming strategic partners to reshape the future of the business. Powered with a combination of strategic capacity and capabilities, GICs are now the ‘new’ business-as-usual for companies and it is only apt to (re) christen them as Global Capability Centers (GCCs)...

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ey Pillars

Capabilities

Capabilities

Increasing the breadth and depth of services rendered from the GCC to generate a 360-degree impact on business while transforming as the core of the “meaningful” digital enterprise.

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Alignment

Alignment

Over the years, GCCs have become mainstream for enterprises.

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Talent

Talent

As the traditional ways of work are continuously getting disrupted, organizations have to evaluate.

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ast speakers

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ast speakers

Ameen Haque

Storywallahs

Gary Scholten

Principal

Paul Cobban

DBS

Alok Sethi

Franklin Templeton Investments

Kiran Shah

Goldman Sachs, Bangalore

Robert (Bob) Rosetta

Citi

Keith Narr

Cargill

Jon Duschinskey

Bethechange

Tammy Redpath

Target India

Mark Ashton-Rigby

Barclays

Eric Simonson

Everest Group

Vasanthi Srinivasan

Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

Robert Wiest

Swiss Re Management Ltd

Hege Skryseth

Kongsberg Digital

Michael Clarke

Former Australian Cricketer

Suren Gupta

Allstate Insurance Company

Terry L. Wright

Invesco(India) Private Limited

Harald Egger

UBS

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ponsorship

Content branding through authored blogs, social media outreach

Brand awareness and visibility

Connect with key decision makers

Opportunity to invite global leaders and showcase thought leadership

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ponsors

Automation Anywhere
everest-group



swissre
Societe Generale Global Solution Centre
First American (India) Private Limited

RBS Services India Pvt Ltd

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egistration

The registrations are exclusively for GCCs only and NASSCOM reserves the right to accept your registration.

(25th March 2019)

Special Offer

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(25th March 2019)

Early Bird Fee

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Regular
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On-site
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The above cost is exclusive of Taxes.

Special Deal - 10% discount on 3 or more bookings

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be confirmed in writing. The last date to request for the cancellation is 6th April 2019 with 75% refund. 25% of the fee would be withheld as processing fee at any given point of time. Substitutions are welcomed till 19 th April 2019.

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wards 2019

NASSCOM is inviting applications for the 2nd edition of NASSCOM GCC Awards 2019 in order to showcase, acknowledge and recognize the contribution of GCC’s to the Indian IT / BPM Industry and to its parent organisation.
Send in your applications to paresh@nasscom.in.

Last Date of Submission: 8th March 2019

Benefits to Participants Topics for Case Study Submissions

Participation Fee: FREE

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enue

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Registration

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