System integrators win outsourcing contract for Germany's €40bn pharma giant

Nima Green
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Atos, Capgemini, Cognizant and Tata Consultancy Services will take on Bayer Germany's IT in a six year deal

Four system integrators have won the outsourcing contract to run the IT for the German division of the country's largest pharmaceutical firm, €39.59bn giant Bayer. France headquartered Atos and Capgemini, US SI Cognizant and India-headquartered Tata Consultancy Services will take on 950 of Bayer Germany's IT team, in a deal Bayer's head of IT admitted is causing consternation among staff. "It's not an easy step to get rid of so many people," Daniel Hartert said in a statement on Wednesd...

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