Home Office selects Accenture and Certus in £20m ERP deal

Sooraj Shah
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Accenture and Certus win series of contracts with Home Office

The Home Office has selected professional services company Accenture and Oracle-partner Certus Solutions in a series of deals to deliver a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for the Home...

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