ACS wins contract extension with DCP Midstream

ACS has been awarded a three year contract extension from DCP Midstream to provide information technology infrastructure outsourcing. The contract, worth $71 million, will extend the relationship between ACS and the Denver based energy company through 2015.

Under the contract, ACS will provide services including:

-mid-range and network services

-security services

-document management

-desktop and end user support

ACS will also provide assistance in the evaluation and implementation of new technologies.

Derrell James, EVP and group president of ACS IT Outsourcing Solutions, said “ACS is committed to providing our valued clients with customized IT solutions that will help them achieve significant costs savings, streamlined services and greater flexibility in the marketplace. By selecting ACS to continue on as their technology partner, DCP has recognized the depth of experience and strong technology expertise that we bring to our client engagements.”

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