Aecom IBM outsourcing deal: CIO Tom Peck didn't want it, it goes much higher than him, claim new sources

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New inside sources have contacted Computing, claiming that the deal to outsource the entire IT department to IBM was not Peck's idea
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New inside sources have contacted Computing, claiming that the deal to outsource the entire IT department to IBM was not Peck's idea

New inside sources have contacted Computing, claiming that the deal to outsource the entire IT department to IBM was not Peck's idea, and that IBM "will be out within a few years"

Two new inside sources have contacted Computing to claim that the $2.3bn deal to outsource Aecom's IT to IBM was not CIO Tom Peck's idea. The deal, which Computing announced was originally communicated...

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