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British Petroleum (BP) International have signed a five year $400 million outsourcing services agreement with Hewlett-Packard (HP).
HP will be utilizing services that are aligned to ITIL v3 to support BP. It is envisaged that BP will benefit from improved information management by aligning information technology with business objectives and establishing a culture of technology innovation with continual service improvement.
Building on HP's current agreement to provide Data Center Services to BP's European data centers in the United Kingdom, HP will deliver consistent global data center services that will enable BP to standardize and consolidate its hosting services and take advantage of innovations such as cloud computing.
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