Eli Lilly's formula for IT overhaul

Pharmaceuticals company Eli Lilly has signed a £30m, five-year deal with Capgemini to overhaul and support its IT infrastructure in 48 countries throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

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Pharmaceuticals company Eli Lilly has signed a £30m, five-year deal with Capgemini to overhaul and support its IT infrastructure in 48 countries throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

The deal will see Capgemini manage Lilly's networks and servers, and support 16,000 end-users of PCs and mobile devices.

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