IAOP and HCL: Winners of Red Ladder Women have Been Selected

The IAOP’s annual Outsourcing World Summit will be held in Orlando, Florida from February 17th to 19th. On the day of the ceremony, the winners of the Red Ladder Women will be praised.

Windermere, FL (Merxwire) – IAOP and HCL cooperated to hold meetings to gather buyers with cooperative relationships and provide business and consultancy. IAOP announced the winners of the Red Ladder Women in Outsourcing Awards and stated that the winners will be commended at the annual Outsourcing World Summit from February 17 to February 19.

The CEO of IAOP stated that he was glad to work with HCL to get the opportunity to recognize strong women. We are proud of the tremendous progress we have made in this area, particularly with our Women Empowerment, Leadership and Diversity chapter, and this was a natural fit. And commend them for their innovation and mutual support.

Winners were chosen in three categories and are as follows:
1. Women Empower Women: Chitra Rajeshwari, Executive Director, Avasant Foundation
2. Leadership in Transformational Sourcing: Kate North, Vice President, Workplace Advisory, Colliers
3. Excellence in Innovation – Emerging Technologies: Lisa Taubler, Consumer Affairs, The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company
4. Rising Star: Dynah Kent, Head of Buy-side Engagement and Offshore Outsourcing Operations, Institutional Investor Research

HCL’s Red Ladder Awards are uniquely positioned to identify, recognize and award high performing and high potential women leaders, and leverage them as role models for other aspiring women. Launched in 2016 by HCL, the initiative has been well received across various fraternity and created a niche for itself at several industry platforms to honor women for their contribution to business. HCL’s Red Ladder Women in Outsourcing Awards is in partnership with IAOP’s Women Empowerment, Leadership and Diversity Chapter.

About IAOP

IAOP is the global association that brings together customers, providers, and advisors in a collaborative, knowledge-based environment that promotes professional and organizational development, recognition, certification, and excellence to improve business service models and outcomes. Our members and affiliates worldwide are digging deep at IAOP conferences, learning at IAOP chapter meetings, getting trained and certified at IAOP courses and workshops, and connecting through IAOP social media, all with one goal: better business results. Whether you are a customer, provider or advisor, new to collaborative business models like outsourcing, or you are an experienced professional, IAOP connects you and your organization to our growing global community and to the resources you need to get the results your company deserves and demands. Visit www.IAOP.org.

About HCL

Founded in 1976 as one of India’s original IT garage start-ups, HCL is a pioneer of modern computing with many firsts to its credit including the introduction of the 8-bit microprocessor-based computer in 1978 well before its global peers. Today the HCL Group has presence across varied sectors that includes technology, healthcare and talent management solutions and comprises four companies – HCL Infosystems, HCL Technologies, HCL Healthcare and HCL TalentCare. The group generates annual revenues of over US$ 6.5 billion with more than 110,000 employees from 100 nationalities operating across 31 countries, including over 500 points of presence in India. For further information, visit https://www.hcl.com/.

More information please visit: https://www.iaop.org/summit

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