SAP will not plunge into competing in the Software as a Service (SAAS) market for large companies, despite its launch of a hosted enterprise resource planning suite earlier this year, its chief executive has said.
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The future of the Lorenzo care record system at the heart of the U.K. National Health Service's (NHS's) £12.4 billion (US$24.8 billion) National Programme for IT (NPfIT) is up in the air, as rival firms bidding for troubled software supplier iSoft set out different plans.
The U.K. government's Courts Service has reaffirmed that the long-delayed Libra case management system will be fully rolled out by the end of next year — although it has so far reached fewer than one in eight courts.
NHS Connecting for Health has announced a long list of bidders for additional IT systems and services worth at least £100 million to support the UK National Health Service's £12.4 billion National Programme for IT (NPfIT).
The U.K. government has admitted that fresh delays have hit its scandal-hit Libra project to provide a case management computer system and infrastructure for magistrates courts.
The UK government has buried its response to a damning report by MPs on the NHS's £12.4 billion (US$25.1 billion) National Programme for IT (NPfIT) in a set of Treasury minutes.
A UK National Health Service (NHS) team was put on standby to take charge of crisis-ridden software supplier iSoft and ensure delivery of a critical part of the health service's new computer system, the government has confirmed.
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