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ITNET and SAP win Scottish city deal

IT consultancy ITNET and software provider SAP have won an 18-month, £6.5 million deal to implement a SAP solution for Glasgow City Council.

Link:Deloitte gains PFI contract from E&Y

The council, the third-largest local authority in the UK, will be provided with mySAP Business Suite to replace a large number of its existing systems. The project should enable it to work more efficiently and support ‘improved performance management’.

George Black, chief executive of Glasgow City Council, said: ‘We chose ITNET due to its long-standing track record in local government and proven ability in the delivery of SAP solutions. It provided a strong cultural match with our organisation, and impressed us with its pragmatic approach.’

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