Monty Hamilton, Rural Sourcing CEO, to Speak at IAOP Conference at University of Missouri-Kansas City on Domestic Sourcing


ATLANTA, November 7, 2014 – Monty P. Hamilton, CEO of Rural Sourcing, will be featured at the Domestic Sourcing chapter meeting of IAOP in Kansas City, MO on November 12, 2014. Monty will be joined by Panel Moderator: Rich Etzkorn, Executive Managing Director – Cassidy Turley. Panelists: Christopher Chung, CEO – The Missouri Partnership; Dr. Mary Lacity, Curators’ Professor of Information Systems – University of Missouri – St. Louis; and Prem Shankar, – Senior Manager – Wal-Mart.

The distinguished panelist will discuss best practices in the Domestic Sourcing sector on topics such as benefits of choosing domestic providers, site selection, vendor selection, and why this is critical to the long-term economic health of the US. The panelists will represent views from the provider, buyer, economic development and academic worlds.

For more information or to register: http://www.iaop.org/content/23/162/1947/


About Rural Sourcing
Rural Sourcing, backed by Bain Capital Double Impact, is the leading provider of outsourced digital engineering to build, deploy and support critical business and cloud-based software. Rural Sourcing’s unique onshore delivery model is 100 percent U.S.-based, accessing untapped technology talent in Middle America cities. By providing an alternative to offshore outsourcing, Rural Sourcing eliminates the obstacles of time zones, distance, language, and geopolitical risks. Scrum-as-a-ServiceTM, Rural Sourcing’s unique engagement framework for Agile software development, provides rapid and flexible deployment of multidisciplinary teams via an elastic consumption model and predictable monthly pricing. The company provides world-class solutions for technology-centric and Fortune 1000 clients across various industries including healthcare, technology, logistics, financial services and pharmaceutical.

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