TO THE NEW recognized by IAOP® in ‘The 2022 Global Outsourcing 100®’ list
TO THE NEW, a digital transformation and product engineering services provider announced that it has been featured in ‘The 2022 Global Outsourcing 100®’ list by IAOP® in the LEADER size category for the first time.
IAOP® is a global association that brings together customers, providers, and advisors in a collaborative, knowledge-based environment. IAOP® annually produces The Global Outsourcing 100® list to help enterprises and other businesses in their technology outsourcing decisions.The list focuses on top customers’ work when considering potential outsourcing service providers and advisors. For 2022, four focus areas were considered and judged across customer references, relevant certifications, demonstrated innovation and organizational governance metrics.
“It’s a proud moment for us to be recognized for our excellence in outsourcing services,” said Narinder Kumar, Co-Founder & COO, TO THE NEW. “We are elated as this research recognizes our commitment and excellence in delivering an array of digital transformation and product engineering services to over 200 customers globally. IAOP is a very reputed recognition to have and we are sure that our customers and partners will also be glad to hear this news.”
“The last two years have emerged as the most challenging in recent history, with the entire world struggling to overcome the health and economic challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Every organization in every industry has felt the impact,” said IAOP’s CEO, Debi Hamill. “That’s why we are especially proud of the providers and advisors named in The 2022 Global Outsourcing 100®, who have demonstrated top quality and performance excellence during unprecedented times. “Congratulations on being included among the very best in the world.”
As the global, standard-setting association and advocate for outsourcing professionals and the organizations they support, IAOP® annually produces subsequent research to help companies in their outsourcing decisions.
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