LeasePlan USA recognized by IAOP in Global Outsourcing 100 list
LeasePlan USA named to the Global Outsourcing 100 list by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals® (IAOP) for seventh consecutive year.
LeasePlan USA has again been named to the IAOP’s Global Outsourcing 100 list, which recognizes the world’s best outsourcing service providers. The fleet management company earned its seventh consecutive honor within the leader category with this most recent appointment.
“At LeasePlan, we are focused on delivering What’s next to clients,” said LeasePlan USA President and CEO Jeff Schlesinger. “Our dedicated team provides a level of outsourcing services and innovative cost-savings expertise that has made us a trusted leader in the industry and we are truly honored to be recognized as such by IAOP.”
The judging for this award is based on a rigorous scoring methodology that includes an independent review by an independent panel of IAOP customer members with extensive experience in selecting outsourcing providers and advisors for their organizations.
“In today’s economy, it is more important than ever for outsourcing buyers to be able to easily identify and select the right company for their outsourcing needs,” said Debi Hamill, IAOP CEO. “The Global Outsourcing 100 and World’s Best Advisors lists are the essential tools companies reference to make smarter decisions. They provide companies with valuable insights into the outsourcing industry, leading and emerging service providers and advisors, and key developments to watch.”
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. For more information and how you can become involved, visit www.IAOP.org.
About The Global Outsourcing 100
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:
- The Global Outsourcing 100 – the annual listing of the world’s best outsourcing service providers – in its twelfth year
- The World’s Best Outsourcing Advisors – the annual listing of the top outsourcing advisors and consultants – in its ninth year
The Global Outsourcing 100 and its sub-lists are essential references for companies seeking new and expanded relationships with the best companies in the industry. The lists include companies from around the world that provide the full spectrum of outsourcing services — not just information technology and business process outsourcing, but also facility services, real estate and capital asset management, manufacturing and logistics. They include not only today’s leaders but tomorrow’s rising stars.
Companies of all sizes, from around the world and from across the entire outsourcing industry – information technology outsourcing, business process outsourcing, facility services, real estate, design, testing, manufacturing and logistics just to name a few – can apply for inclusion on these lists. IAOP Membership IS NOT REQUIRED nor is it considered in compiling the final lists.
To further help ensure participation by a broad cross-section of the industry, The Global Outsourcing 100 list includes both larger established global firms, referred to as ‘Leaders,’ as well as smaller, faster growing firms with less than $50 million per year in revenue and/or fewer than 5,000 employees, referred to as ‘Rising Stars.’ Companies are first organized by Leader or Rising Star criteria and then evaluated based on the four judging categories. The final list is composed of the top 75 Leaders and top 25 Rising Stars.