Evry Ibm Outsourcing Agreement

Evry, a Norwegian IT provider, has signed a $1 billion IT outsourcing contract with IBM as part of an ongoing business transformation project, in which 600 employees will switch to the supplier. TietoEVRY outsourced some infrastructure transactions to IBM, which led the agreement to arbitration in June, leading to a refund of the disputed TietoEVRY payments in October. “It`s no big surprise, because IBM signed an agreement with Evry a few years ago on mainframe services and some software,” said Rolf Frydenberg, CEO of Manag-E and spokesperson for the Nordic Summit of the Cloud Security Alliance. The agreement must be short-term performance neutral (EBIT) from TietoEVRY and allow for further improvement in performance in the cloud – below. The new agreement will enter into force on 1 June 2020 and the transition is expected to be completed in 2020 and early 2021. Under the new agreement, TietoEVRY and IBM do not have a conciliation communication. In a statement, EL-IT said: “Evry sambition is the leader in the development and operation of computer systems in the Nordic region. The union believes that achieving this goal requires an in-depth knowledge of the development needs of customers. Evry loses this knowledge due to the outsourcing of 332 employees affected by the new agreement. ” © Copyright IBM Corporation 2017. IBM Cloud, Route 100Somers, NY 10589 Produced in the United States of America, July 2017.

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IBM products are guaranteed under the terms of the agreements in which they are provided. In August 2015, following the loss of a contract with Norwegian bank DNB, EVRY announced that it would lay off 500 to 550 workers in Norway and Sweden to increase profits, saving NOK 400 to 500 million (approximately $50 to $60 million). [12] In October 2015, it announced the transfer of an additional 600 employees to IBM for $1 billion[13] [14] EVRY A/S was a Norwegian IT company that provides computer-related services, including operations, outsourcing and online banking. The company is headquartered in Oslo. Founded in 2010 by a merger between EDB Business Partner and ErgoGroup, it employs 10,000 people in 135 subsidiaries in 16 countries. “Today, we are taking an important step towards accelerating our customers` digital strategy. I am pleased that we have reached an agreement with IBM that will allow us to improve the quality of service for customers who selectively use the strengths of the IBM partnership.