IBM outsourcing deal with Aecom 'a mess' and the CIO is 'on his way out', claims insider

Stuart Sumner
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Source close to the deal claims that the Aecom board are starting to realise the deal was a mistake
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Source close to the deal claims that the Aecom board are starting to realise the deal was a mistake

Source close to the deal claims that the Aecom board are starting to realise the deal was a mistake, and that employees are being treated "like crap"

IBM's $2.3bn gloal outsourcing contract with engineering giant Aecom is "a mess", and CIO Tom Peck is "on his way out", according to a source close to the deal. The source, who wishes to remain anonymous,...

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