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How Workforce 2020 Will Change Outsourcing

Featuring:  Mike Marzullo, WW Applications Management Services Offering Manager, Hewlett Packard Company

 

How long does it take to create a “relationship” with someone? 

Does technology speed up the process?

 

Outsourcing is becoming a commodity and therefore relationships are more important than ever.  The ability to develop a relationship quickly, without physically meeting someone, will provide a true advantage in the new workplace.

 

HP’s Mike Marzullo was interviewed by Outsourcing Center along with other industry experts to discuss how the new workforce will affect outsourcing.  Please take a moment to read this insightful article:

 

Link to article: How Workforce 2020 will change outsourcing

 

 

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About Mike Marzullo

 

Michael Marzullo is a key architect in HP’s Next Generation Application Management Services solution. He has 18 years of experience in IT applications management, including an extensive background in service delivery, application management consulting, and solution design.

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