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EDS wins $715 million deal from Bristol-Myers Squibb
(2007-12-10)
(wgvu) - PLANO, Texas (AP) - Electronic Data Systems says it's won a 715
million-dollar deal to manage the communications infrastructure for
drug maker Bristol-Myers Squibb.
The seven-year deal calls on Plano, Texas-based EDS to manage
Bristol-Myers Squibb's information-technology systems, including
critical operations data and help-desk support.
The contract initially covers systems in the Americas and Asia
Pacific regions. EDS says it later could include Europe, the Middle
East and Africa.
EDS also says it'll provide computer capacity to Bristol-Myers
Squibb from its data center in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
The drug maker says the deal is intended to improve
productivity.
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