How AECOM's $2.3bn outsourcing deal with IBM went disastrously wrong

Stuart Sumner
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Computing charts the recent history of the ailing deal, with rumours building that the companies are on the cusp of acrimoniously parting company
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Computing charts the recent history of the ailing deal, with rumours building that the companies are on the cusp of acrimoniously parting company

Computing charts the recent history of the ailing deal, with rumours building that the companies are on the cusp of acrimoniously parting company

Engineering giant AECOM announced its decision in January 2017 to outsource the vast majority of its IT personnel to IBM in a $2.3bn deal. The strategy involved a large number of redundancies in IT, with...

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