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  • Deutsche Telekom Continues to Realign the Scope of T-Systems

    Aug 15, 2019, by Dominique Raviart

      Deutsche Telekom (DTAG) recently announced it is moving T-Systems’ communication services activities with enterprise clients (TC division) and Government clients (Classified division) to Telekom Germany. Accordingly, T Systems’ TC and Classified divisions will be folded into Telekom Germany’s B2B Communications division that currently services small businesses and m[...]

  • Computacenter Focused on Portfolio Consolidation & Geographic Expansion

    May 24, 2018, by John Laherty

    NelsonHall recently attended Computacenter’s analyst summit in Hamburg, Germany, its first such event since 2014. Key takeaways are that the company is now focusing on portfolio consolidation and workplace services opportunities for Win10 migration, and on geographic expansion, specifically in the U.S. and Germany. Let's look at initiatives driving the evolution of Computacenter&r[...]

  • CSS Corp’s Contelli Automation Platform Driving Improvements in Enterprise Network Management

    Jan 11, 2018, by David Mayer

      As 2018 begins, the RPA sector is starting to produce more segment specialists from within its vendor base. Whereas just two years ago the sector was still finding its footing in addressing common back- and front-office application automation, enterprise customers today have the luxury of building best-of-breed solutions that often incorporate two or more vendors working in concert t[...]

  • Rio 2016: How Atos is Helping the IOC Redeploy its Budget from Run to Digital

    Jul 08, 2016, by Dominique Raviart

    Four years ago, at the time of the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympic Games, NelsonHall reported on the work Atos does for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) though its Major Events unit. See our previous commentary here. This week we visited its center in Barcelona to get an update on the work it is doing for the Rio Games starting next month, The Olympic Games remain a fantastic o[...]

  • M&A Activity in 2015 (Part 1): $10bn to $15bn IT Services Vendors Drive Activity

    Jan 04, 2016, by Dominique Raviart

    Reflecting slightly improved macro-economic conditions, 2015 was an active year for M&A activity in the IT services industry. The largest acquisition - for some years - was that of IGATE by Capgemini. And there was a large number of small to mid-sized transactions. When analyzing this active M&A activity, several findings are striking: In spite of all the intensive discu[...]

  • The New CSC Targeting Topline Growth Within 3 Years: Is Organic Growth Possible?

    Nov 17, 2015, by Dominique Raviart

    CSC has just laid out the financial targets of the standalone business which will retain the CSC moniker when the U.S federal company, CRSA, breaks off.  As well as CSC’s global commercial business, it includes non-U.S. public sector businesses (~$700m revenues in FY15). In its FY15 (ending March 31, 2015) this part of CSC achieved revenues of $8.1bn, and an adjusted operating margin[...]

  • SOC 3.0 and Proactive Security Management: the HP Aspiration

    Oct 20, 2014, by Mike Smart

    NelsonHall recently attended HP’s security analyst day in London. The session provided a deep dive into HP's threat intelligence and the application of this intelligence into its security products line. Concerns about security issues are expanding beyond CSOs/CISOs to the rest of the C suite, even commanding the attention of CEOs.  HP highlighted that Conversation[...]

  • Wipro ServiceNXT: Early Successes in Helping Win Large IT Outsourcing Deals

    Aug 21, 2014, by Dominique Raviart

    Wipro has updated NelsonHall on its ServiceNXT initiative. ServiceNXT aims to increase productivity in both IT infrastructure management and application management contracts. ServiceNXT is based on: Usage of Wipro IP and recommended COTS tools across the client’s operation for various tasks including ITSM, change management, demand management, problem management Analytics, based on d[...]

  • Russia Placing New Demands on ISPs on Storage of Personal Data

    Jul 08, 2014, by Mike Smart

    The Russian parliament has passed a law to require internet companies to store the personal data of Russia users inside the country’s borders. Although the bill has passed through the Duma, it still needs to be pass in the Federation Council of Russia and President Vladimir Putin before it comes into effect. If put into law, all internet companies operating in Russia will be required to s[...]

  • 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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