Atos has sold its Spanish logistics software business, Sislog, to French VAR Hardis Group, two months after it sold off its global UCC arm to Canadian vendor Mitel. The deal with Hardis is part of Atos' divestment plan to sell "non-strategic assets" for a total amount of €700m by end of its H2 2023. Atos confirmed to CPI sister site CRN that its latest divestiture was made as part of the IT services giant's Board of Director's 'Transformation Journey' to balance its books. Currently...
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