By Luke Bujarski
Cemex has officially confirmed a 10-year, $1 billion mega deal with IBM Global Technology Services this week (a development originally reported in Nearshore Americas) that will trigger a major overhaul of the way Cemex runs its IT operations and finance and human resource back offices.“We’re not just running a bunch of servers here,” Bob Hoey, General Manager at IBM’s Global Services group told us in an interview yesterday. “This is a much larger transformational play integrating IT infrastructure with finance, accounting, and human resources processes and applications.”
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