Nationwide Building Society outsources IT infrastructure services to Capgemini

Sooraj Shah
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Debra Bailey, CIO at Nationwide, says that deal was put in place to ensure the building society could keep up with customer demands

Nationwide Building Society has signed a contract with Capgemini that will see the consultancy provide IT infrastructure services to the UK building society. The five-year contract includes the ...

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