TietoEVRY buries hatchet with IBM after new agreement

Josh Budd
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Nordic IT services firm signs new agreement with Big Blue which will see it bring more of its IT infrastructure services in-house

TietoEVRY and IBM have buried the hatchet and dropped lawsuits against each other after signing a new working agreement which will see 180 IBM staff move to the Nordic IT services giant. The companies submitted notices of arbitration against each other last year, disputing some legal and operational costs related to their partnership. But now TietoEVRY and IBM have settled their differences under a new partnership which will see TietoEVRY take more IT infrastructure services in-house in...

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