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Gen-i completes latest restructure

Gen-i completes latest restructure

Gen-i has completed the last parts of its organisational restructuring, which it describes as a realignment rather than a fundamental change.

The company says in a statement to Computerworld that, in the future, it will deliver two value propositions with different operating models.

“In FY11 we are investing in the tools, processes, technologies and capabilities…to deliver…hosted ICT services, delivering converged cloud and telecommunications services to all businesses and provide integrated ICT solutions which leverage utility services for clients."

“We have finalised the first stage of the migration and transformation of the existing Gen-i business to our future operating model and design.”

Read more at Computerworld.


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