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Thursday, April 24, 2008
Top 100 outsourcing companies announced
The International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP) has compiled the initial alphabetical list for the third annual ranking of the world’s best outsourcing service providers - The Global Outsourcing 100. Have a look at the list here.

Microsoft earnings prediction
Microsoft is expected to report fiscal third quarter earnings of 44 cents a share with sales of $14.5 billion. Analysts expect Microsoft to increase those numbers and raise its outlook for fiscal 2009.

Croydon council signs up for another five years with Capgemini
Capgemini has today sealed an £83 million deal that will see it continue to provide IT services to Croydon Council for the next five years. The contract will form a key part of an ongoing programme of transformation at the local authority.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Logica restructure slashes 1,300 European jobs
Logica, the global IT services company, has announced plans to slash European jobs and double its nearshore headcount by the end of 2009.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008
Luxoft Goes Global
Eastern European high-end software provider is first from region to go global

Thursday, April 17, 2008
Corus signs £26m Capgemini deal
Corus, the steel manufacturer, has extended its IT outsourcing deal to manage its mainframe computers in a £26 million deal.

BPO boost for UK
The financial services technology market faces declining budgets and only offshore providers will benefit, according to new research from Pierre Audoin Consultants.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Logica inks Home Office support deal
Logica has signed a deal providing IT support and development for organisations ensuring the protection of vulnerable children and adults.

NorthGate inks BPO deal with SAP
NorthgateArinso, the HR division of Northgate Information Solutions, has announced a business process outsourcing (BPO) agreement with SAP AG.

IT outsourcing allows telecoms firms to focus on ‘core business’
Telecoms firms are increasingly looking to outsource their IT departments so that they do not have to maintain in-house IT teams, it has been suggested.

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