Humans and machines work alongside each other – reveal the future of outsourcing with Edward Matti
Tuesday, 6 June 2017 - 7:41pm
The manager reached №1 in the rank list – “Assets and New Business growth” in Canada shares his experience in Bulgaria
The fourth Annual Outsourcing Conference will be held under the slogan "Defining the future resilient business models". Can humans and machines work alongside each other to deliver high-quality outsourced services? Edward Matti presents the future of the outsourcing industry on June 16th in Burgas.
As a regional director of the largest Canadian financial planning company, Edward Matti has led a team of nearly 100 people. Together they managed client assets worth over $ 540 million and achieved an annual turnover of more than $ 65 million. The success of Matti and his team led their region to the first place in the list “Assets and New Business growth” in Canada. Edward Matti has won several awards for outstanding achievements.
At present, he is a managing partner of TACK and TMI in the USA, Canada and the Middle East, a Dubai-based company assisting companies in building branded customer experiences, culture shifts and capability building. With more than 20 years of managerial experience in Human Resources Development, Sales and Financial services, today Matti trains and motivates professionals from different industries to achieve high targets both personally and in a team. With the support of OD&M CONSULTING, a consulting company offering a unique combination of international, innovative, flexible and reliable human resources solutions, Edward Matti reveals the future of the outsourcing industry where humans and machines will work alongside each other.
The rapid development of the outsourcing industry requires that employees in the outsourcing industry work twice as much and generate three times more results. To optimize and improve processes, the sourcing sector looks at the implementation of robotics and artificial intelligence. How does this change affects organizational culture? How do human resources strategies change? How does the leadership of the future transform?
The annual outsourcing conference brings together the outsourcing sector’s leaders, CEOs, C-level and local government officials to discuss the future of the industry and identify the sustainable business models. Host of this year event Burgas, identified as the "Outsourcing City with Highest Growth Potential" in 2016, and the place of the event is "Smart Center".
The culmination of the day, dedicated to the outsourcing sector, is the event bringing together two of Bulgaria's largest technology associations – the ceremony Innovation, Technology & Sourcing Awards 2017. This year's awards will distinguish the achievements of Bulgarian companies in the technology and outsourcing sector, investors and local authorities in 12 categories.
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