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HMRC and Fujitsu announce two-year workplace services agreement

HMRC and Fujitsu have agreed a two-year extension to the Managed Desktop Services contract, supporting the government department’s aim to continue to deliver a professional, efficient and engaged organisation.

The agreement, which provides essential support for HMRC’s 65,000 employees, covers end user and network services, in addition to providing HMRC with dedicated service management, enhanced on-site support desksand committed project services.

“We are delighted to agree this significant extension, which will play an important role in our ongoing strategic partnership with HMRC,” said Christian Benson, VP and Client Managing Director, Fujitsu UK.

“By continuing to deliver flexible, modern workplace services and high-quality end-user support - in line with Fujitsu’s standing as a Leader in Gartner’s 2020 Magic Quadrant for Managed Workplace Services, Europe - we are helping our customer to design and deliver a professional, efficient and engaged organisation, one of HMRC’s key strategic objectives.”

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