Marconi sells off entire IT function

Adshead, Antony
June 2003
Computer Weekly;6/3/2003, p10
Trade Publication
Troubled communications supplier Marconi has sold its IT infrastructure to Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) for 26.3 million pounds as part of a 450 million pound, 10-year global IT outsourcing agreement. Under the outsourcing deal, CSC will support and manage Marconi's IT helpdesk, desktops and networks; develop and maintain software applications; and provide telecoms services.


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