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Staffing Industry Analysts appoints research director

Rennie is a senior research professional with over 20 years’ experience in outsourcing. Her primary responsibilities will be the delivery of research for buyers of talent and workforce solutions. 

Based in Staffing Industry Analysts’ London office, Rennie will work with the global team that 

delivers current and relevant content to the firm’s Council members, Fortune 1000 companies that are significant corporate buyers of talent and workforce solutions.

She is a well-known researcher and speaker on Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and staffing, including Managed Service Provision (MSP) and Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO).

John Nurthen, executive director of global research, commented, “I am delighted that Liz will be joining our global research team. Not only does she have the experience to improve our existing research products, but her broader background in outsourcing will enable us to widen our          research to cover other aspects of the workforce solutions ecosystem.”

“Given her background, Liz will be able to hit the ground running at Staffing Industry Analysts,” said Bryan Pe&ntildea, vice president of contingent workforce strategies and research. “She is an 

expert on BPO, MSP and RPO, and is a trusted advisor to many staffing firms and buyers. This will enable Liz to contribute immediately to our CWS Council members, helping them to 

optimize and grow their programs.”

Prior to joining Staffing Industry Analysts, Rennie worked at NelsonHall, a BPO and outsourcing analyst firm, where she had global responsibility for human resources outsourcing research 

content, assisting both buy-side and vendor organizations in assessing opportunities and supplier 


She has also held roles at Towers Watson as a senior consultant and at NGA Human Resources (previously NorthgateArinso) as a global account executive and solution architect. As a consultant at Accenture, Rennie helped to deliver the firm's first HRO client back in 1995 and  subsequently shaped some of the largest deals in the industry. 



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