Cybage ranked as one of the 10 Best Leaders in the Media and Entertainment Industry by IAOP in the global outsourcing 100 list. With over 400+ resources and a vast domain experience that spans across 11 years. Cybage has served 50 customers in the media and entertainment (M&E) space. Having worked with Digital agencies, Publishers, Media companies, Studios and Product companies, we bring extensive expertise to the table and are uniquely positioned to collaborate with and provide effective solutions to players in the M&E space. Another feather in the cap for Cybage has been the ranking in the 20 Best Leaders by Industry Specific Services Provided. These esteemed rankings bear testimony to Cybage’s prowess in these dynamic segments.
The International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) was formed in early 2005 by a consortium of leading companies involved in outsourcing as customers, providers and advisors. Today its global membership includes organizations from around the world representing a cross-section of industries and functional activities. With 40,000 members, this leading member-based association is shaping the future of outsourcing as a management practice, as a profession and as an industry, through its establishment of professional accreditation, practice standards and industry advocacy. IAOP brings together the world’s leading outsourcing customers, providers and advisors in a powerful, active and growing global association to exchange thought leadership, share best practices and network to maximize their effectiveness at using outsourcing as a management tool.
About The Global Outsourcing 100
The Global Outsourcing 100, produced annually by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP), is devoted to featuring the best of today's leading outsourcing service providers and tomorrow's rising stars. Relative rankings, selection process details, and company strengths are featured in a special advertising feature, produced by IAOP in the May 5th FORTUNE 500 issue of FORTUNE® magazine. Companies were judges on four critical characteristics: size and growth; customer references; organizational competencies; and management capabilities.