Capgemini can console itself with Metropolitan Police deal

| No Comments
| More
If talk in the industry is true Capgemini can console itself after missing out on a deal with Cleveland police.

This is because it has apparently won an extension to its £350m seven year deal with the Metropolitan Police.

The original deal was signed in 2005 and included management and support of desktop IT networks, telephony and mobile devices, which includes around 30,000 desktops and laptops, 38,000 telephone extensions and 8,500 mobile phones.

As I said in my previous blog about the Cleveland deal, Capgemini and Steria have good stories in the police sector.

Bob Scott, who I also blogged about recently, was the Capgemini executive that did the original deal. See Bob in the flesh here.

Leave a comment

Have you entered our awards yet?

About this Entry

This page contains a single entry by Karl Flinders published on June 18, 2010 11:54 AM.

General Electric plans to reduce its reliance on India for offshore IT was the previous entry in this blog.

Argentina world cup match fails to distract UK workers is the next entry in this blog.

Find recent content on the main index or look in the archives to find all content.


-- Advertisement --