Axon wins $50 million IT contract from Air New Zealand

by Editor 11/14/2008 9:59:00 AM
UK consulting firm Axon has won a five-year IT contract from Air New Zealand. Under the terns of the five-year deal, the consultancy will provide support to the airline's IT infrastructure, including 7,500 desktops, 350 servers, and 800 packaged applications and SQL databases.

The contract is outcomes-based and it will be paid according to the quality of the IT services the consulting firm provides.

Axon replaced Gen-i as the airline's desktop support provider three years ago. The two IT services providers still regularly bid against each other.

Air New Zealand's networks are supported by Gen-i, while IBM manages the data centre and other hosting services.

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