JLL sign IBM in long-term IT services deal
Financial services firm Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) has joined hands with IBM in a seven-year IT services deal.
Under the agreement IBM will provide JJL with infrastructure support services across 19 of the countries where JJL operates, throughout the EMEA region.
The contract will supply end-user support in nine different languages across a number of functions including server operations, application management, helpdesk, network management, asset management, IT procurement, service management and system security.
“Jones Lang LaSalle has a long-standing business relationship with IBM which understands the specific IT requirements in the real estate sector. The relationship is vital for us in continuing to adopt new technologies to service our worldwide operations,” said Andy Palmer, chief information officer, EMEA, Jones Lang LaSalle.