NASA has selected Unisys Corporation to compete for task orders to provide a range of information technology products and services to federal government agencies under the new Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) V contract. Unisys was selected to compete for work on the SEWP V contract, which has a ceiling value of $20 billion over […]
Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) today announced that its Belgian subsidiary was awarded contracts in November 2014 under the ESP-DESIS (External Service Provision for Development, Studies and Support for Information Systems) III framework contract. This framework contract is the largest ever awarded by the European Commission. Under the terms of the contracts, Unisys Belgium and […]
Wednesday, June 25, 2014 | 11:00 a.m. EST With rapid changes in technology and business, today’s enterprise application environment has become far too complex. Not only do IT leaders struggle with budget constraints and skill shortages, but they are saddled with the burden of managing an outdated and inflexible application portfolio that is expected to […]
During the same decade that the USA PATRIOT Act conferred unprecedented powers on U.S. law enforcement officials, such trends as the consumerization of information technology (IT) and virtual servers gained traction on the enterprise data center scene. Simultaneously, the advent of cloud technology ushered in an era in which data from companies all over the […]
Cloud, virtualization, automation and mobility have fundamentally impacted the way businesses operate; yet many IT departments maintain the same roles and organizational structures that they’ve had for the past 15 years. And, for a lot of companies, that’s making IT more of a roadblock than an enabler. “I think one of the biggest challenges IT […]
How Outsourced IT Provided Wireless for the Citizens, Cut the Crime Rate, and Helped Minneapolis During a Crisis | Article
This relationship captured the best in show award because it demonstrated excellence in partnering while revamping the city’s IT infrastructure, including installing a city-wide Wi-Fi network. This new infrastructure played a crucial role in the city’s swift response to the I-35 bridge collapse and the success of the Republican National Convention when the entire nation was watching.
Illinois’s Governor announced drivers did not have to wait more than 15 minutes to pay tolls; the only way to make this possible was to use an electronic toll-collection system. The Tollway needed an e-Commerce solution. When tolls were about to double, the Web site saw a 1,200 percent increase. Read how Unisys made it happen.
Historically, Unisys’s HR department did all its recruiting internally. But then the outsourcing supplier won three major outsourcing engagements at once and had to staff them in just 60 days. One required 600 people. It turned to an RPO, The RightThing, to fill those slots.
Outsourcing Made More IT Initiatives Benefiting Citizens and Government Possible for Minneapolis | Article
The City of Minneapolis and Unisys won the Best First Steps Outsourcing Excellence Awards in 2004. We went back to see how the relationship has progressed. Did outsourcing really help the citizens of Minneapolis?
It’s very possible for buyers to form highly successful relationships with a new provider after experiencing a failed relationship. But there are pitfalls. What are the best practices that ensure success in these situations the second time around? Here are some industry experts’ insights.
Malmö Aviation, the second largest airline in Sweden, has a laser focus on customer service, which is run by its IT infrastructure. Outsourcing IT to Unisys allows the airline to serve its travelers instead of worrying about its servers. Now its growth pattern looks like a plane taking off.
Government outsourcing deals in the US have taken on significant new characteristics. Here are the big changes that put government deals on a par with commercial deals.
Market trends suggest the philosophy on information technology outsourcing spending decisions is changing within the financial institutions sector. Here’s why.
Four primary areas of risk await buyers of outsourced services in 2006. Industry experts share their recommendations for handling them.
Where will suppliers outsource work in the next couple of years? And why? There are dramatic changes in attitudes toward this decision!
A new buzz surrounds IT outsourcing. Buyers are taking a new tactical approach to ITO. They want technical innovation, worry about security, and are embracing multisourcing. Read what the experts think will happen in 2006.