News : ActiveOps Sets its Sights on US Financial Market
Reading, UK, July 9, 2015 -- Global operations performance management provider ActiveOps has opened a new dedicated US office and appointed a US managing director to actively target the world’s banks and insurers with its Active Operations Management (AOM) method and Workware™ software suite for insight, capacity management and strategic planning to deliver operations excellence.
To lead its new dedicated focus on the US market, ActiveOps has appointed Mark Bourgeois as its US Managing Director and will draw on new and existing partnerships with global delivery partners. Previously, Bourgeois was a senior director focused on revenue and lead generation projects in large and complex financial institutions, including working across the US Government and major Asian markets.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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ActiveOps provides service organisations with a complete approach to operations performance management - guaranteeing productivity improvement and delivering enhanced control that will support the drive for operations excellence. The combination of the Active Operations Management (AOM™) method and Workware™ software provides a solution that can be rapidly deployed and will deliver lasting benefits.
Published: Friday, July 10, 2015
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