Solution Manager, IBM Switzerland
Sasha Lazarevic is Solution Manager at IBM Switzerland with over 15 years of experience in outsourcing industry. Previously he worked as program director on multiple complex IBM engagements in several European countries with onshore, nearshore and offshore outsourcing, and has extensive knowledge of banking industry and information technology. His clients include Deutsche Bank, ABN Amro Bank, BNP Paribas and more than ten other Swiss and foreign banks.
His mission is to provide strategic advice to client companies, service suppliers and governments on the most successful outsourcing structures, namely selection of outsourcing location, management of multivendor outsourcing contracts and transitions, creating global delivery centers, development and promotion of outsourcing ecosystems.
In addition to his professional and industry experience, Sasha Lazarevic holds MBA degree from Business School Lausanne (BSL) in Switzerland, BSc in management of information systems, numerous professional certificates in lean six sigma, project and risk management, and speaks English, French, Chinese, Russian, Italian and Serbian languages.
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