CSC wins $150 million deal with AMP

Tuesday, 02 June, 2009


CSC has announced that AMP has extended its relationship with CSC. The new six-year, AU$150 million (US$99.5 million) contract was awarded during CSC’s fiscal 2009 fourth quarter. It extends the two companies’ original engagement, which started in 1993, making it one of the longest running strategic information technology (IT) outsourcing relationships in Australia.

Under the new agreement, CSC will continue to provide AMP with fully outsourced managed infrastructure services for mainframe, midrange, network, desktop and service desk, as well as information and system security.

“CSC and AMP have worked successfully together over the past 16 years, delivering programs that strengthen AMP’s operating platform and improve business efficiencies,” said Lee Barnett, AMP CIO. “Extending this contract enables CSC to provide AMP with services that further leverage operational efficiencies year on year.”

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