Category: New

IAOP OWS16 What SEBPO Learned

The “lift and shift” model of Business Product Outsourcing is dead, and providing innovation in outsourcing engagements is key to winning contracts and staying in the marketplace.Clients are becoming more focused on long-term cost savings as opposed to short term gains. Clients place increased value on their partner’s approach to corporate social responsibility. Factors such as labor practices, fair operating procedures, and human rights reflect on clients, not just on vendors and partners.

Why Rich Media HTML5 Ads Get Better Engagement

Rich media overcomes the challenge of engaging audiences by allowing advertisers to integrate video, animation, and user interaction into dynamic banner ads. Think of it as a miniature website, delivered to targeted users within the same footprint as a traditional ad. Without leaving their current page view, users can browse products, view sale prices, watch videos, play games, share social messages, initiate sales, or expand what they’re seeing to a full screen experience.

Surviving The Flash Deadlines

Google will no longer accept new Flash-based ads into its delivery network as of June 30, 2016. Furthermore, the company will stop displaying existing Flash assets over its network by January 2, 2017.

Giving Back To Our Community In Dhaka

“Being a part of my company’s community outreach program deep inside the poorest parts of Bangladesh changed me as a person. Seeing those beautiful children with so little material possessions, yet so full of joy and hope, made me reassess my own life and what is really important.”

IAOP Global Outsourcing 100

The GO100 is the definitive guide to help companies research and compare service providers with whom they are considering relationships. Buyers understand there are hundreds of qualified service providers and advisors out there, but what they really need to understand now is what makes each one exceptional.

INC. 5000 Honoree 2016

“We honor just one thing in the Inc. 5000: real achievement. No one makes the Inc. 5000 without building something great– usually from scratch. That’s one of the hardest things to do in business, as entrepreneurs know better than anyone.”