back to article Infosys awarded contract to replace East Sussex County Council's ageing ERP system

Infosys has won a long-awaited contract worth around £22m to swap out SAP R/3 systems with Oracle Fusion for East Sussex County Council (ESCC), a local authority on the south coast of England. Last month The Register broke news that Big Red had won the deal to replace the ageing ERP systems, for which the council had first …

  1. Antron Argaiv Silver badge

    "By connecting and rationalising our business processes across functions, we are able to more quickly resolve internal process gaps and delays, realise significant efficiencies across departments, and refocus our resources on providing the best possible service to our residents,"

    Well, there's the dream. It remains to be seen when, and if, it becomes reality. Even money that it all ends in tears, and the lawyers are the only ones who win.

    CONSULTING

    "If you can't be part of the solution, there's good money to be made in prolonging the problem"

    -- Despair.com

    1. Aristotles slow and dimwitted horse Silver badge

      Or... "and refocus our cheap 3rd party process operators on providing the *cough* best *cough* possible service to our residents... which by the way, is the lowest tracked KPI on their service contracts."

  2. elsergiovolador Silver badge

    Scale up Visas

    When you have a husband who can remove pesky competition with IR35 and then bring in Scale Up visa so you can import cheap workers from India...

    Then you can just lay in bed and watch how Infosys stock keeps growing...

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