Investors in Excellence is delighted to announce that we have become a collaborative partner with Shared Services Forum UK (SSF UK).
The collaboration will enable both organisations to work together to help support each other and to build relationships. IiE unlocks potential and improves performance.
Shared Services Forum UK is the only not-for-profit, independent national membership organisation for the shared services sector. It exists to help organisations to reduce costs and do more with less whilst also demonstrating innovation, added value and growth. They focus on delivering core values of community, evolution, and leadership, to provide their members with opportunities to learn, develop and perform, individually, as teams and as shared services and global business services operations.
SSF UK offer an extensive package of member benefits which includes knowledge sharing, problem solving, networking, learning and development and events. They have 58 member organisations with over 1000 members including many household names and blue-chip companies.
Judy Hart, IiE CEO said: “There is an obvious synergy between IiE and SSF UK as we both strive for continuous improvement for our clients and members respectively. As a collaborator we now have a platform to showcase the work we do around excellence to SSF UK members as well as allowing our clients to see the latest innovations and best practice in shared services from SSF UK.
“Like IiE, SSF UK members operate in a variety of professional roles, from both public and private organisations, representing numerous sectors, but all with a common interest in the evolution and sharing of best practice. “
“This is a positive partnership for both our great organisations and fits well with IiE’s Purpose to enable all businesses and organisations regardless of size, complexity or location to organisationally develop, continuously improve, and sustainably grow, and ultimately improve performance.”
For more information on Shared Services Forum UK (SSF UK) visit: Shared Services Forum UK | Shared Services Forum UK