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Winners of the 2011 European Outsourcing Association Awards Announced
The European Outsourcing Association Awards took place on Monday 20 June, in Madrid, Spain. In the historic Casino De Madrid, the preeminent European outsourcing projects, providers, innovations and locations were judged by a panel of experts and rewarded for best practice in pan-European outsourcing. Criteria for entries stipulated that projects must involve a minimum of two European countries.
Now in its second year, the award ceremony took place at the end of the first day of the European Outsourcing Association Summit, where key figures in the business outsourcing community gathered to debate the latest trends and learn from each other’s experiences.
The award categories cover a wide cross-section of outsourcing projects and winning is regarded as a huge accolade. For the 200+ guests, the awards presented a unique opportunity to gain insight into the working models of the most successful projects of 2010/11 thus spreading best practice throughout the European outsourcing community.
And the winners were…
BPO Contract of the Year
IT Outsourcing Project of the Year
Outsourcing Service Provider/Advisory of the Year
Offshoring Destination Of The Year
Outsourcing End-User of the Year
Award for Innovation In Outsourcing
Business Integration Partners- Prisa
Award For Corporate Social Responsibility
CSC – Orange (France Telecom)
Special Award in Memory of Jaime Casado (Ђ5000 to support a new start-up)
Speaking at the awards, Andy Rogers, EOA board representative for corporate users, commented: “The submissions this year were of an exceptionally high standard, and the record submissions – more than double that of last year – shows that the EOA Awards are becoming the de facto standard of quality for the European outsourcing community. Innovation is key to outsourcing contracts and relationships, so to see that recognised and rewarded is particularly satisfying.”