Genpact Inc. - Business Process Outsourcing to India
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In September 2004, the chief executive officer (CEO) of General Electric Capital International Services (Gecis) was examining the company’s options. Based near New Delhi, India, Gecis was a business process outsourcing (BPO) company. Gecis was set up in 1997 as an off-shore unit of General Electric Company (GE) and was a wholly-owned subsidiary. Earlier in July of 2004, GE divested itself of 60 per cent of its stake in Gecis with the result that Gecis was no longer a subsidiary of GE and was thus free to seek non-GE business. As part of several changes underway, there was a name change to Genpact Inc. (Genpact). The change in identity required the creation of management bandwidth, particularly in new client acquisition and business development. Also called for was a re-examination of the BPO business as a product line to be delivered to unaffiliated clients. The CEO recognized the need to begin negotiations with potential global clients. Each deal would involve many complexities in terms of geographies, languages and services. The CEO also was aware that all clients had areas of concern including loss of control, operations stability, savings targets and cultural compatibility. The CEO wondered how to develop a client acquisition strategy for Genpact as it moved from being a captive to an independent service provider.
- Category: Business & Personal Finance
- Published: 21 October 2009
- Publisher: Richard Ivey School of Business Foundation
- Seller: Richard Ivey Sch of Business Foundation
- Print Length: 25 Pages
- Language: English