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Accenture signs 10 year deal with insurance giant

IT consulting group to provide business processing outsourcing

Accenture has signed a 10 year $100m
(£50.6m)
business
processing outsourcing
agreement with
AIG Europe through which it will provide
insurance support services and an IT platform to AIG Entrepreneur, the unit of
AIG specializing in property and casualty insurance for small and medium
enterprises.

The deal is aimed at maximizing operational efficiencies and enhancing
services.
It will be implemented in several European countries starting with France, and
roll-out is expected to be completed within the next six months.

Serge Callet, global managing director of Accenture’s Insurance practice,
said: ‘Our center in Bucharest will provide high quality and cost competitive
BPO services to AIG Entrepreneur for its operations in key markets in the EU.’

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