Profile of Paul McDougallEditor At Large, InformationWeek
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Paul McDougall is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Paul McDougall
posted in June 2003
A $98 million payment's in limbo. On the other hand, EDS did win a $27 million HR-services contract.
There's money to be made helping local, state and federal governments, as well as foreign governments, modernize electoral processes.
Companies gain more choices to help them build adaptive, real-time infrastructures
The services firm will provide computing and support services in partnership with a Belgian telecom provider.
The new offerings are mostly scaled-down, less-costly versions of its middleware and database software.
Downgrade also forces company to pay off a software contract.
Companies' comfort level with the practice will drive a $51 billion market by 2004.
As part of its latest upgrade, the CRM vendor signs deals to offer its software through Dell's Web site, and uses Tibco's software to integrate its apps with users' back-end systems.
Boeing Connexion pilot with British Airways is successful, setting the stage for a formal rollout.
The equities research firm says any benefits from the services firm's restructuring are at least a year and a half away.
The center, located in Mumbai, will handle voice and data communication, data entry, and financial process management, among other services.
A new study shows that most companies that outsource their accounting and finance functions are happy with the arrangements.