Liberata wins £100m outsourcing deal -- and other sales win briefs

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Liberata wins £100m outsourcing deal -- and other sales win briefs

This week's sales wins

Pendle outsources IT to Liberata in £100m deal

Pendle Council has awarded outsourcing firm Liberata a contract worth £100m over 15 years. More than 180 council employees will transfer to Liberata at the end of February. The firm will manage benefits, revenues, IT, property, quantity surveying, architectural, personnel and payroll services.

Four councils join to roll out procurement IT

Four local authorities in the East Midlands have joined to procure a total software systems upgrade from IBS. Ashfield District Council, Broxtowe Borough Council, Gedling Borough Council and Newark & Sherwood District Council will implement the Openrevenues procurement system for their revenues and benefits services in a deal worth £2.5m.

Neos Networks awards £15m deal to Easynet

Easynet, the Pan-European broadband networking company, has signed a contract worth £15m with Neos Networks (a subsidiary of Scottish and Southern Energy). Easynet will provide dark fibre and co-location services to Neos.

Cybit to provide fleet services to Mono

Property maintenance firm Mono Services has awarded a £400,000, five-year contract to software provider Cybit. Under the deal, Cybit will install its internet-based fleet and asset management software, Fleetstar-Online, across Mono Service's 200 maintenance and surveyor vehicles.

Infor Global signs manufacturing trio

Infor Global Solutions has signed software and services contracts worth £100,000 with three businesses. TD Packaging, which specialises in packaging of pharmaceutical products; A H Garner, a manufacturer of hydraulic cylinders; and Electraplas, the parent company of Mintdale Engineering, will use Infor's chain management system, Visual.

NHS primary trusts buy Cedar eFinancials

Chesterfield, North Eastern Derbyshire and High Peak and Dales Primary Care Trusts have awarded a contract worth more than £300,000 to Cedar for its eFinancials accounting system. The system will be managed by Chesterfield and will provide a shared service to the other trusts.


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