Membership in IAOP provides access to an extensive array of services and, just as importantly, distinguishes organizations and professionals as leaders in the field of outsourcing.
Organizations that are currently outsourcing or are considering one or more outsourcing initiatives should become Customer Corporate Members of IAOP. This membership provides organization-wide access to the association’s research, training, certification, and networking programs – all designed to help companies achieve better business results through outsourcing.
Outsourcing service providers and advisory firms should join IAOP as Provider/Advisor Corporate Members. This membership provides the same organization-wide access to IAOP’s research, training, certification and networking programs as Customer Corporate Membership, but also includes member-only sponsorship opportunities that serve the marketing and business development needs of these companies.
Professional Membership is available to individuals either as part of their company’s Corporate Membership or on an individual basis. This membership serves the needs of practitioners working in the field of outsourcing as customers, providers or advisors. In addition, it provides these professionals with direct, personal access to association services. In order to ensure a free-flowing exchange of information among all of its members, IAOP maintains a strict non-solicitation policy.
Associate Membership is IAOP’s free membership, which allows attendance at one chapter meeting as an IAOP guest and access to select online resources. You will be added to our database to receive emailed updates on what’s happening at IAOP.
Many of these services are included as part of IAOP’s Professional or Corporate Membership, with discounts available for use beyond the level provided. Some services are also available individually at non-member rates. These include:
Available quarterly online, our e-zine features in-depth coverage of the industry, issues, trends, geographies and vertical sectors and functions; thought leadership and case studies, probing Q&As, C-level interviews and profiles; as well as exclusive and insider coverage of IAOP events, programs, awards, research, training and certifications and surveys. Members get a free subscription, advertising discounts as well as the opportunity to submit content.
Firmbuilder.com is IAOP’s online repository houses more than 1,000 articles, including chapter meeting presentations, conference proceedings, industry whitepapers, research articles and more. Members have full access.
Through its active and expansive chapter network, IAOP members can share their expertise and find knowledge on best practices for specific industry segments, topics and geographic areas within outsourcing. Access to any and all chapter meetings is included in IAOP membership.
IAOP hosts the world’s best-known and most highly-respected executive conferences on the topic of outsourcing, including The Outsourcing World
Summit®. Become a member and attend at a discount.
Outsourcing Professional Certification Frameworks (OPCF) – IAOP’s trainings and certifications are the industry’s de facto. Whether you are interested in getting educated through the COP Master Class or becoming a Certified Outsourcing Professional (COP), there is a path that suits your needs. Members receive substantial discounts.
Previously known as Global Supply Risk Monitor, Supply Wisdom is a unique Web-based product that enables clients to monitor, predict and manage the various risks in their services supply chain across countries, cities and suppliers, in real-time. Corporate Members receive one free monitoring service.
OPBOK is a cohesive and comprehensive outline of the commonly accepted practices and skills required to ensure outsourcing success. IAOP members receive a 25 percent discount on the Outsourcing Professionals’ Guide to Corporate Responsibility eBOOK.
An online members-only community that lets like-minded professionals collaborate. Exclusive access helps members build and grow their networks; learn and share best practices; and identify current and upcoming trends.