HfS Research is the leading analyst authority and global network for IT and business services, with specific focus on global business services, digital transformation and outsourcing.
HfS serves the research, governance and services strategy needs of business operations and IT leaders across finance, supply chain, human resources, marketing, and core industry functions. The firm provides insightful and meaningful analyst coverage of best business practices and innovations that impact successful business outcomes, such as the digital transformation of operations, cloud-based business platforms, services talent development strategies, process automation and outsourcing, mobility, analytics and social collaboration. HfS applies its acclaimed Blueprint Methodology to evaluate the performance of service and technology in terms of innovating and executing against those business outcomes.
HfS educates and facilitates discussions among the world's largest knowledge community of enterprise services professionals, currently comprising 150,000 subscribers and members. HfS Research facilitates the HfS Sourcing Executive Council, the acclaimed elite group of sourcing practitioners from leading organizations that meets bi-annually to share the future direction of the global services industry and to discuss the future enterprise operations framework. HfS provides sourcing executive council members with the HfS Governance Academy and Certification Program to help its clients improve the governance of their global business services and vendor relationships.
In 2010 and 2011, HfS Research's Founder and CEO, Phil Fersht, was named “Analyst of the Year” by the International Institute of Analyst Relations (IIAR), the premier body of analyst-facing professionals and achieved the distinctive award of being voted the research analyst industry's Most Innovative Analyst Firm in 2012.
In 2013, HfS was named first in rising influence among leading analyst firms, according to the 2013 Analyst Value Survey, and second out of the 44 leading industry analyst firms in the 2013 Analyst Value Index.
Now in its seventh year of publication, HfS Research’s acclaimed blog “Horses for Sources” is widely recognized as the most widely-read and revered destination for unfettered collective insight, research and open debate about sourcing industry issues and developments. Horses for Sources today receives over a million web visits a year.
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