Information Services Group (III): Addressing New Challenges Within the Information Services Industry

Destiny A. Lopez  |

Information Services Group (III), a technology company, through its expertise and services, is dedicated to earn a spot at the forefront of the rapidly growing and information-based services industry. Headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, Information Services Group provides research, benchmarking, consulting and managed services to businesses within the information tech sector in the United States and abroad. The company’s extensive services portfolio aims to provide solutions across a variety of sectors, including automotive, energy and life science business markets.

“Traditional providers are facing new competition from cloud providers, Software-as-a-Service providers, and a host of niche intermediaries that promise to deliver work and services faster, more nimbly and at lower cost than the industry behemoths,” said Todd Lavieri, president of ISG Americas, Australia and New Zealand. “The industry is growing increasingly fragmented and price-sensitive, and only those providers able to rapidly change their business models, partner with their customers on technological innovation, and offer software and infrastructure on demand will survive over the longer term."

Among others, Information Services Group’s services portfolio includes the following, organized in five key categories:

  • Inform, which includes premium and complementary research services.
  • Execute, which includes transition and transaction services.
  • Access, which includes benchmarking and maturity assessment services.
  • Design, which includes service design and sourcing strategy.
  • Operate, which includes DVM and governance services.

Also, the company’s fields of expertise is just as extensive as its services portfolio. As stated on its official website, Information Services Group’s fields of expertise, among others, includes:

  • Cloud
  • Clinical Sourcing
  • HR
  • Infrastructure
  • Internal Optimization
  • TBM
  • Shared Services

Founded in 2006, and under the current leadership of Chairman and CEO Michael P. Connors, Information Services Group continues to create value for its shareowners and over 500 clients based across the globe. Connors, who previously served as Chairman & CEO of the leading global information and media company, Media Measurement & Information Group of VNU, now known as The Nielsen Company, has, according to his official company profile, appeared on CNBC Power Lunch, CNBC Fast Money and is quoted in the New York Times and other leading publications on media, information services and the Special Purpose Acquisition Company investment vehicle.

Along with their continued efforts in serving various global services markets, Information Services Group will be one of the many companies participating in the upcoming Sidoti Emerging Growth Convention.

Follow this company at the Sidoti Emerging Growth Convention

November 1st, 2016

Marriott Marquis in Times Square

New York, NY

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For details regarding participation or sponsorship opportunities please contact the good people at Sidoti 212-453-7031

To learn more about Information Services Group, visit www.isg-one.com.

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