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Telstra plans to slash outsourcing partners

Telstra plans to slash outsourcing partners

Telco plans to only keep two IT outsourcing partners to cut costs and streamline providers

Telstra will cut its number of IT outsourcing partners to two

Telstra will cut its number of IT outsourcing partners to two

Telstra has announced plans to cut its number of IT outsourcing partners to two to reduce costs.

A spokesperson confirmed it would consolidate all of its non-discretionary IT work and divide applications between two companies. Its major outsourcing suppliers include EDS, IBM Global Services, Infosys and Satyam. A number of major IT contracts across those four suppliers were up for renewal.

“This is a logical extension of our ongoing commitment and one that we’ve frequently articulated to reduce costs and streamline our providers,” the spokesperson said.

In December last year, Telstra extended a seven-year supply chain agreement with IBM Australia to deliver up to $200 million in additional cost savings through improvements on the company’s supply chain management..


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