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Articles by Paul McDougall
posted in July 2003
Under terms of the $1.1 billion pact, IBM will run servers and PCs in 14 countries for the Swiss company.
The technology and defense contractor says the division's sales rose 11% and profit went from $41 million to $67 million.
The consulting firm will help design and implement new governmental institutions and regulations in Iraq.
The move to sell business-process management software in the country reflects the trend among Indian service providers to offer customers advanced services beyond application development and infrastructure support.
Revenue rose slightly, but net income fell because of lower sales to General Motors and a slump in management consulting.
The hardware and services vendor posted second-quarter gains in revenue and net income, thanks to strong sales to the federal government.
A 23% gain in services revenue fueled a 10% revenue gain and a huge jump in profit.
The IT services firm says it may have violated U.S. trade and bribery laws.
The move is part of company's plan to raise cash by selling units peripheral to its IT outsourcing business.
IT execs at two large companies say they're considering farming out some computer operations to service providers.
Jim Daley, CFO at the time Procter & Gamble backed away from a multimillion-dollar outsourcing deal, is retiring.
Hoping to cut costs, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems also signs up for utility-computing payment plan.
More CIOs are looking to outsource back-office work, and, chances are, they'll go with Indian companies, according to a new survey.
Games Management System will track Olympics' participants' movements, facilitate security checks, and ensure players meet local immigration requirements.
IT services vendor offers aid in building E-voting systems
Citigroup and Teacher's Merchant Bank want to make Worldspan a global online travel service.
A key element is building a computerized supply-chain network for Avaya suppliers.