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Logica to rocket cloud revenue with 'exclusive' Microsoft deal

IT outsourcing outfit Logica has inked a deal with Microsoft to offer cloud tech to its Europe, Middle East and Asia customers. Financial terms of the agreement, which Logica described as an "exclusive alliance" between the two companies, were kept secret. The public sector specialist said it expected to see a 10 per cent …
Kelly Fiveash, 11 Jan 2011

Nottinghamshire back-end taken over by giant reseller

Nottinghamshire County Council is handing back office processes to Logica in a deal which hopes to save the local authority £5m a year thanks to shared services. The deal covers human resources, payroll, procurement and finance processes and is worth £7.4m over five years. The reseller and services giant will install an SAP …
John Oates, 6 Dec 2010
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Logica says things less bad

Logica's revenue is still falling, but not as fast as in the last three quarters, the company has said in a trading statement. Sales fell two per cent in its first quarter, compared to four per cent which was the average for the last three quarters. Services and consulting revenue was down eight per cent, compared to 11 per …
John Oates, 5 May 2010

Logica hits targets for 2009

Logica has hit financial targets for the year - revenues are down three per cent pro forma or up three per cent on an actual basis. The public sector specialist saw outsourcing revenues grow nine per cent but this was offset by a 10 per cent fall in consulting and professional services. Unaudited revenue for the year ended 31 …
John Oates, 24 Feb 2010

Logica says hard cheese to Dutch workers

Logica is cutting jobs in the Netherlands and has stopped recruiting in the rest of Europe. The company said that attrition rates had fallen from 14 per cent at the end of 2008 to less than eight per cent now. Logica said: "We are acting decisively to reduce headcount further in the geographies where we see significant …
John Oates, 1 May 2009
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Logica snaffles police database deal

Public sector specialist Logica has won a seven-year £75.6m contract to build and maintain the Police National Database. The database is being created as a result of the Bichard Report into the Soham murders. Ian Huntley was convicted of the murders in 2003 and Bichard found he had previously "come to the attention of the …
John Oates, 1 Apr 2009

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