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  • M&A Activity (Part 3): Further Scale and Digital Remain Priorities in 2016

    Mar 31, 2016, by Dominique Raviart

    In December 2015, we published two blogs about M&A activity in the IT services industry in 2015 (here are the links for Part 1 and Part 2). This blog examines M&A activity in IT services in Q1 2016 and sets our expectations for the rest of this year. In short, 2016 started off with a bang, with two very large IT services acquisitions announced in the first [...]

  • Atos Strategy Update: Bull and Xerox Acquisitions Examined, Indian Offshoring Still Work in Progress

    Apr 09, 2015, by Dominique Raviart

    NelsonHall recently met with the management of Atos to discuss the acquisitions of Bull and Xerox ITO and the progress being made by Atos in adopting Indian offshoring. Note that this meeting took place before Atos' Consulting & Systems Integration analyst day. Bull: Is An Expanded Portfolio Relevant? With its acquisition of Bull, Atos has acquired an IT firm with a significant level[...]

  • NelsonHall Remains Cautious about ITO Spending in 2015 Despite 40% Increase in Q1 Bookings

    Apr 08, 2015, by Dominique Raviart

    This week NelsonHall held its quarterly IT Outsourcing (ITO) Index webcast to report on the latest developments in ITO contract activity and present an analysis of spending activity for IT services, professional services (i.e. consulting and systems integration) and ITO. Background ITO Index data shows a steady (but non-linear) decline in Total Contract Value (TCV) from 2002 onwards. The lev[...]

  • ITO Spending Growth Dips Slightly & Bookings Flat in 2014, but Expect Improvement in 2015

    Jan 28, 2015, by Dominique Raviart

    This week NelsonHall held its quarterly IT outsourcing (ITO) Index webcast. We have conducted these calls for the last six years to monitor developments in ITO from a quantitative perspective. When we introduced the Index, ITO had largely moved from full outsourcing to a selective outsourcing approach, and Indian vendors were deploying their land and expand strategy with the occasional one-off meg[...]

  • ITO Spending Growth Dips Slightly & Bookings Flat in 2014, but Expect Improvement in 2015

    Oct 30, 2014, by Dominique Raviart

    This week NelsonHall held its quarterly IT outsourcing (ITO) Index webcast. We have conducted these calls for the last six years to monitor developments in ITO from a quantitative perspective. When we introduced the Index, ITO had largely moved from full outsourcing to a selective outsourcing approach, and Indian vendors were deploying their land and expand strategy with the occasional one-off meg[...]

  • Bloomberg Reports Sprint and T-Mobile U.S. Close to Merger

    Jun 04, 2014, by Dominique Raviart

    Bloomberg reports that Sprint and T-Mobile U.S.A. are close to a merger whereby Sprint would acquire T-Mobile U.S. for $40 a share (up 17% from the current $34), valuing the company to $31bn. Deutsche Telekom (DTAG), which holds a 67% stake in T-Mobile U.S.A., would receive 27.5% in cash, 27.5% in Sprint stock and retain a 12% stake in T-Mobile U.S.A. T-Mobile U.S.A. had 2013 revenues of $24.4b[...]

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