Capgemini signs new IT outsourcing deal with Corus

by Editor 4/22/2008 3:21:00 PM
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IT services provider Capgemini has signed a £26 million deal with Corus, one of the world's biggest steel manufacturers. The deal will allow the steel company to outsource its IT infrastructure to Capgemini.

The five-year agreement covers virtualisation, utility computing and adaptive storage facilities and will also see Corus' mainframe service moved to data storage facilities in Bristol and Rotherham.

Corus CIO Bruno Laquet discussed the relevance of IT outsourcing in achieving a company's business goals. He said:

“The quality and efficiency of our mainframe systems is of key importance to our customers and employees in ensuring that we manufacture and deliver the right products with the right quality at the right time.”

The Corus Group has headquarters in London. It was formed in 1999 and taken over by Tata Steel, part of the Tata Group, in April 2007.

 

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