Aecom to outsource entire IT estate to IBM

Stuart Sumner
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Aecom has decided to outsource its IT to IBM
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Aecom has decided to outsource its IT to IBM

Thousands of IT redundancies possible as world's largest engineering firm scraps its entire IT department, with many employees facing an uncertain future

Engineering firm Aecom has decided to outsource its entire global IT operations to IBM, meaning hundreds if not thousands of IT jobs will disappear at the firm. Whilst no public announcement has yet...

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