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neoIT in partnership with Lawson Soft

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BANGALORE: neoIT, a provider of technology and advisory services on Friday announced a partnership with Lawson Software, a US-based company providing mission-critical enterprise software solutions that help services organisations achieve competitive advantage.

This partnership is designed to address common sourcing issues by simplifying the processes associated with identifying strategic outsourcing partners and managing their services delivery once they are selected, said a neoIT press release.

It will also help professional services organisations serve as ``services aggregators'' in the services value chain, allowing them to simultaneously combine multiple partners into a single solution for their end customers looking for complex outsourcing arrangements managed by one vendor.

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