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NEW YORK, Jul 20, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- WNS (Holdings) Limited (NYSE: WNS), a leading provider of global Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) services, announced that the company featured as 2011 Global Services 100 provider in the 6th Annual GS100 study conducted by Global Services (GS), an annual global outsourcing industry analysis firm, in association with NeoGroup, the globalization and sourcing advisory firm. WNS ranked among top 100 GS100 list in three categories: Top Global Mid-Tier BPO Vendors; Top FAO Vendors; Top Industry-Specific BPO Vendors based on management excellence, customer maturity, global delivery maturity, and breadth of services and portfolio.
"It is an honour for WNS to be listed in three separate categories. This re-confirms WNS's position as a leading global outsourcing service provider, with the right blend of talent, domain expertise, innovation and outcome-based strategies, that enable our clients to stay ahead of their competition," said Keshav R. Murugesh, Group CEO, WNS Global Services.
"The 2011 GS100 list represents companies that demonstrate excellence in delivering BPO services globally, using matured models of service delivery; have a broad portfolio of service offerings or niche leadership and have demonstrated business excellence. We congratulate WNS Global Services on their market-leading performance," said Ed Nair, Editor, Global Services.
"Today, companies across the globe are seeking business outcomes in addition to outsourcing as a means to reduce costs and expecting their service providers to make operations effective and transform key areas of business. The providers recognized in the GS100 list show a higher level of delivery on all these fronts and demonstrate new forms of value in outsourcing to their clients," said Atul Vashistha, Founder and Chairman, NeoGroup.
The 2011 GS100 list showcases the hundred best companies, which are chosen through a rigorous methodology that evaluates each company across multiple dimensions, measured both quantitatively and qualitatively. The Top 100 list and the names in the categories are derived using a scientific research methodology based on multiple data points and several qualitative parameters.
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