Legal firm Osborne Clarke outsources IT and business services in £50m deal

Legal firm Osborne Clarke has outsourced its IT and other business services to Integreon in a seven-year deal worth £50m.

Legal firm Osborne Clarke has outsourced its IT and other business services to Integreon in a seven-year deal worth £50m.

The deal will also see 75 Osborne Clarke staff transfer to Integreon. Most of the Osborne Clarke jobs to transfer are in Bristol, with others in London and Reading.

The Integreon UK onshore centre used to provide the services will be based in Bristol. Integreon will provide most of Osborne Clarke's business services, ranging from IT to business intelligence, from this March.

Simon Beswick, managing partner at Osborne Clarke, said, "Having access to a full suite of specialised business support services designed for the legal industry is a critical part of Osborne Clarke's vision of the modern law firm. The aim is to ensure the delivery of a competitive, high quality and flexible service for clients.

"For OC, sourcing non-legal expertise from one expert supplier enables a clear focus on our legal activities, with the security of flexible business service support and cost stability."

Functions transferring to Integreon:

• Business intelligence

• Knowledge management

• IT

• Document services

• Training

• Network support

• Shared secretarial services

• Reception.

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