Who’s paying attention?  Did the value of HRO deals go down in 2006?  Sure, there were much fewer $1B deals, but what was the cause of that?  Were there overall

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It’s interesting that only several vendors hold a large majority of the market share in the HRO world – almost an 80/20 rule.  If you look at the top 3

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Jason of the Human Capitalist posted some analysis of Accenture’s seeming decline in the HRO world. While we differ slightly in our HRO rankings, I think we’ll see some interesting

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In my post for Fidelity HRO, I listed my top 5 HRO vendors. A consulting colleague (of unknown firm) who works closely in the HRO space e-mailed me this follow-up:

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Here’s the link, but I’ve pasted some of the text below if you don’t have a log-in: There is a lot of proof out there that HRO and BPO are

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The human resource outsourcing industry may be the fastest growth segment of BPO. However, the US HRO (HR BPO) market is in complete dissaray. Nobody has the entire service offering

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