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Active Stocks: Frontier Communications Corporation (NASDAQ:FTR), Revolution Lighting Technologies (NASDAQ:RVLT), Information Services (NASDAQ:III), Jack Henry & Associates (NASDAQ:JKHY), Blyth (NYSE:BTH)
Information Services Group (NASDAQ:III) a leading technology insights, market intelligence and advisory services company, and the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP), the global, standard-setting organization and advocate for the outsourcing profession, on 17 November announced the official launch of the 2015 IAOP/ISG State of the Industry Survey, an annual global study that asks sourcing industry professionals for their opinions on key industry trends, opportunities and challenges.
Property Mentor Group

Moving to the Cloud? You need a plan
"Understand what you're getting, and how much it's going to cost. "Evaluate providers carefully using a comprehensive framework such as the one at CSMIC," advised Scott Feuless, principal consultant with Information Services Group. "Comparing them is not for the faint of heart. Get help if you need it."
Realty Biz News

Origin Energy and Wipro win 2014 ISG Paragon award for SAP project
Global advisory firm Information Services Group (ISG) has presented Wipro and Origin Energy with the ‘Best Sourcing Relationship in IT Outsourcing Award' for 2014.
Inside SAP

ISG research show British outsourcing groups are dominating public sector contracts
The research for the Financial Times by Information Services Group, goes on to say that outsourcing by the British government is gathering pace and that the coalition government has spent £88bn on privatised services since coming to power in 2010, compared with the £45bn spent on outsourcing in the previous four years under Labour.

ALJ Regional Holdings: Building A Solid Holding Company, One Acquisition At A Time
According to the Information Services Group, there are five drivers behind the shift in spending patterns to more outsourcing.

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