BOSTON & LONDON & PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NelsonHall, the leading global BPS and ITS analyst firm, has enhanced the NelsonHall Self-Service Forecasting Tool, which enables organizations to customize business process services market forecast and vendor market share data, creating reports tailored to their specific business requirements.
Clients can now customize both market forecasts and vendor market share data to produce reports based on any combination of service line, industry sector and geography globally.
NelsonHall CEO John Willmott said "Our Self-Service BPS Forecasting Tool is the most advanced in the industry and enables decision-makers to get direct and rapid access to the vital market data they require, customized exactly to their own target markets at a very granular level. And the new facility to access vendor market shares by any combination of industry sector, service line and geography makes the tool even more powerful. Buy-side executives can now have all of the essential market and leading vendor data required for BPS market evaluation and planning available at their fingertips.”
The ability to fully customize market forecast and vendor share data means that decision-makers are no longer dependent on analysts or knowledge workers to produce customized reports on their behalf. The self-service tool is an invaluable aid for executives who require quick and easy access to very specific market and vendor data, and bypasses the need to search large standard reports or initiate time-consuming custom requests for information.
The tool currently supports 74 BPS service lines, 30 geographies, and 33 industry sectors.
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NelsonHall is the leading global BPS and ITS research & analysis firm. Founded in 1998, the company takes a global approach to analysis of vendors and outsourcing markets and is widely respected for the quality and depth of its research.
NelsonHall also offers a suite of "Speed-to-Source" tools (NEAT) that assist buy-side executives in saving time and money, while enhancing the quality of their sourcing decisions, in BPS and ITS evaluations.