NEC acquires Northgate Public Services for £475m

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Northgate acquisition intended to provide platform for NEC to sell biometrics and AI technology to the public sector

Japanese computer services and hardware company NEC has acquired Northgate Public Services, the UK public-sector focused services company, in a deal valuing Northgate at £475m. Following complet...

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