IBM, Infosys win 5-Year IT Contracts from BP

IBM has won a five-year contract IT contract to manage all of BP‘s business applications and service desk functions, and Indian IT firm Infosys has been awarded a five-year contract to manage manage “a large portion” of the company’s business systems.  The contracts make up a portion of a year-old BP effort to consolidate its IT service providers, the company said.

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