What's Next for Mature Shared Services?
4th December 2008
14:30 GMT/ 15:30 CET/ 9:30 AM EST 

CorporateLeaders in partnership with EquaTerra will host an engaging 1 hour presentation and panel discussion facilitated by industry experts on the next steps and strategies for matured shared services.


CorporateLeaders and EquaTerra examine the strategic options available to companies looking to add value to their business through current shared service operations. The choice of options depends on many factors including: the level of maturity, the needs for further cost savings, the needs for innovation, or the desire to expand the business scope of the centers. This one hour webcast will provide CFO’s and Heads of Shared Services with insights and tips on the following strategies:

  • Performance improvement programmes
  • Offshoring or onshoring of operations
  • Outsourcing to specialist service providers
  • Commercializing shared services and developing new sources of revenues for your organization



  • Claudio Altini, Managing Director, BFP Practice, Europe & Asia Pacific, EquaTerra
  • David McDaniel, GNBS Financial Services Executive, Nestle
  • Richard Oosterom, Managing Director Business Process Outsourcing, COLT Telecom Group, S.A.
Why You Should Attend

This webcast will provide executives with an understanding of the latest strategies and options available for matured shared services to develop next steps and to continue adding value to the business.

It is also an ideal environment for senior executives to gain insights into a specific transformational subject area and a highly effective place for knowledge exchange.

Who Should Attend
  • CEO, CFO, COOs and CIO's
  • VP and Directors, Finance
  • Financial Controllers
  • VP and Directors, Governance
  • VP and Directors, Shared Services
  • VP and Directors, Organizational Development
  • VP and Directors, Procurement and Sourcing
  • VP and Director-level Line Managers

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