BT has renewed its finance and accounting outsourcing deal with Xansa for
another six years, in a £128m contract.
Xansa will continue to to manage BT’s UK finance and accounting function,
transaction processing, ledger and payroll services using both onshore and
‘Not only does its outsourcing service provide us with transaction process
expertise, but the company has an in-depth understanding of our business and is
committed to helping us deliver our key outcomes,’ said Andrew Kemp, group
director of reporting, planning and analysis at BT.
Bill Alexander, chairman and acting chief executive of Xansa, said: ‘This
extension is a great endorsement of the work that we have been doing for BT over
the past 20 years.’
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