|By Business Wire||
|August 7, 2014 10:50 AM EDT||
NelsonHall, the leading global BPO and IT outsourcing analyst firm, has today launched a new tool, the "NelsonHall Self-Service Forecasting Tool" to assist organizations in downloading market forecasts customized to their business requirements.
This new tool is aimed at assisting executives in accessing the precise market size, growth, and vendor share information they require rapidly and cost-effectively, in support of more-informed decision-making.
According to NelsonHall CEO John Willmott, "NelsonHall has been working hard to develop automated tools that connect decision-makers with the insight they need as quickly and directly as possible. We see this new self-service market forecasting tool as a big step forward compared to relying on standard reports lacking focus or potentially time-consuming custom requests for information."
The new "NelsonHall Self-Service Market Forecasting tool" from NelsonHall enables executives to tailor the scope of any market forecast by selecting one or multiple service lines, geographies, and industry sectors and downloading market size, growth and vendor share information against these parameters. Furthermore, decision-makers are no longer dependent on analysts or knowledge workers to produce customized reports on their behalf.
The tool initially supports 78 BPO service lines, 30 geographies, and 33 industry sectors and will be expanded to support additional service lines including ITO shortly.
NelsonHall is the leading BPO and IT outsourcing research firm with analysts in the U.S., U.K., and Continental Europe. The company takes a domain-led approach to analysis of vendors and outsourcing markets and is widely respected for the quality and depth of its research.
In addition, with its “Speed-to-Source” initiatives, NelsonHall is taking the lead in making access to BPO and ITO research much easier than ever before.
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