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… While Telekurs Outsources Data Input to Capgemini in India

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Meanwhile Telekurs Financial has opted to outsource the management of a data input center in India for financial information to Capgemini Schweiz. The three-year deal does not appear to impact any existing data centers, but is aimed at “Giving us flexibility in manpower increases together with very good cost efficiency,” said Eugen Niesper, chief executive officer of Telekurs Financial. It will involve 80 process seats being developed by Capgemini within its own Business Process Outsourcing delivery center in Mumbai, India, to support the input of financial data from the U.S. and U.K. with the potential for expansion.

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