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BIT's 2nd Annual World Congress of Outsourcing Services-2014  (WCOS2014)

26 Jun 2014 - 29 Jun 2014 - Dalian, China

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Outsourcing is an effective way to liberate you out to concentrate on the core business. Cooperative partnership of outsourcing can bring you more knowledge and help you to spare more time for your administration in support. Executives can improve their product quality integrally while focusing on the core business. 
BIT's 2nd Annual World Congress of Outsourcing Service-2014 (WCOS-2014) is aimed to be a dedicated event for outsourcing service. The program highlights some recent breakthrough stories and success in this particular field. Over the conference period, you will have opportunities to share information and best practices on Next Generation of outsourcing service and development of ITO, BPO and KPO, Vendor's Capacity Analysis for Buyers etc. It invites elites and professionals from both academic and business circle to deliver speeches which will contribute to accelerating the implementation of relevant cooperation projects, promote the magnificent change of "overseas students entrepreneurship week", and strive to make the “CHINAocs2014” an exciting, shocking, pragmatic, thrifty international event.

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