Detron wins IT infrastructure contract at Cicero care group

Monday 25 May 2020 | 14:40 CET | News
Dutch services provider Detron announced an IT outsourcing contract from the Cicero Zorggroep. Detron will manage 2,400 work stations and related SaaS infrastructure for the care group, adding to its existing contract to manage the telephony network for Cicero.

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Categories: IT
Companies: Detron
Countries: Netherlands
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