Analysis: Raising Expectations
Several recent deals between law firms and external suppliers have kickstarted expectations in the IT outsourcing market. But are they likely to be maintained when the economy turns around again? Kieran Flatt reports
In the business world turkeys do occasionally vote for Christmas, it would seem, although some would argue that an agreement forged by parties at opposite ends of a large gun does not really constitute a vote. In any event, a few recent deals between law firms and external suppliers have kickstarted expectations in the IT outsourcing market and, at least officially, the IT directors of the firms in question seem to be saying that outsourcing was their idea.
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