International IT services company Atos Origin has announced a five year
contract worth £8m with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.
The new contract will see the technology company take over the IT
infrastructure of all 80 offices and centres worldwide, including the 122,000
members and 325,000 students.
Russell Price, ACCA IT director said: ‘I believe that by working together we
will be able to transform and improve our technology to deliver improved
services to our students, members and employers.’
Atos Origin will provide services out of its UK office as well as its service
desk based in Kuala Lumpur. The move was made to handle the deadlines for
examination entries and examination results better.
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