Accra, Ghana, September 04, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- In conjunction with the World Bank, the Ghana Association of Software Services Companies (GASSCOM), and the Information Technology Secretariat of Ghana (ITES), Excend provided guidance to business, industry, and government leaders on strategies and tactics to help improve Ghana’s position as a competitive global location for business process outsourcing.
Other entities scheduled to present alongside Mr. Ryan Nichols—managing partner at Excend—included the vice president of the Republic of Ghana, the minister of communications for the Republic of Ghana, as well as representatives from consultancy A.T. Kearney, the ITES Secretariat, and the World Bank.
“The guidance provided by Excend during our BPO conference here in Ghana provided valuable insight that attendees found practical and applicable to the challenges they face in the global outsourcing environment,” said Mavis Ampah, World Bank Global ICT Policy Specialist, “Ghana’s path to success in the global outsourcing marketplace has been strengthened by Excend’s participation in this event.”
Excend administers outsourcing for organizations worldwide that seek to improve efficiencies, reduce costs, and localize their operations in multiple regions throughout the world.
About Excend Consulting Group: Excend has provided consulting services to over 170 clients worldwide. The firm facilitates private equity investments, advises on global localization, administers outsourcing (BPO), and consults on penetrating new markets—including the United States market and the Hispanic market within the United States. Clients of Excend generate new value at rates up to 3 times faster than their competitors. Contact Excend at www.excend.com or 1-801-532-2268.