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posted in October 2003
The hospitality company is deploying software from Siebel with IBM's WebSphere and DB2 to tie together its event-reservation systems worldwide.
New contract signings were up, driven by what EDS said was increased activity in the government and manufacturing sectors.
About a dozen major carriers have signed up to run invoices for consumables through new system.
The IT services firm is taking a $2.24 billion charge against earnings, retroactive to the first quarter, because of changes in the way it recognizes revenue.
IT consultancy wants to boost its presence in the European professional-services market.
Company expects to hire 10,000 business-technology professionals
Revenue for its third quarter totaled $21.5 billion, up from $19.82 billion a year ago.
Indiana lawmaker proposes ban on IT offshore outsourcing by state agencies
The airline says the decision to call off the project was made because of security concerns.
State Sen. Jeff Drozda is working on a bill that would restrict offshore IT outsourcing by state agencies or the use of vendors whose U.S. staff is mostly visa workers.
The IT services and consulting firm reported a 12% revenue gain for the quarter and 2% for the full fiscal year.
Questions are raised about tracking workers here on those visas
It says the move to an XML-based network powered by software from E2open will let it establish E-commerce links to big-business customers faster and at less cost.
The financial-services company signed a 10-year, $2.57 billion services deal, with the goal of moving toward on-demand computing.
Hurricane Juan brought the roof down at Keane's Halifax outsourcing facility, but its business-continuity plan saved the day.