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July 31, 2014
08:14 EDTGIBCGI Group awarded five-year contract by West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust
CGI and West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust, which manages hospitals in Watford, St Albans and Hemel Hempstead, have partnered to upgrade the Trust's IT infrastructure to help improve patient care and safety through better access to information for clinicians and other staff. The five-year contract is valued at approximately GBP 25.5M. CGI will develop an infrastructure and service management program that supports staff across the Trust's three hospitals and at additional smaller healthcare sites throughout west Hertfordshire via an outcome-based contract. This will result in more reliable and robust IT services and support, including faster networks, improved telephone systems and increased IT security. A new 24/7 help desk for nurses, doctors and other staff who have IT issues also will be put in place. New or upgraded devices will be issued to staff who need them, including PCs, laptops, tablets and other electronic devices.
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November 16, 2015
07:37 EDTGIBCGI Group signs three year contract with ELEXON
CGI announces it has signed a three year contract including a two year extension option, with ELEXON, the industry-funded company that administers the wholesale electricity balancing and settlement arrangements for Great Britain. CGI has been providing Business Process and IT Outsourcing services to ELEXON for the last 15 years and under the terms of this new agreement CGI will operate, maintain and manage all ELEXON's core applications whilst migrating them to its Cloud in order to deliver increased flexibility and scalability. ELEXON currently handles large amounts of data including settlement of over 5,700 daily wholesale electricity trades, 1.25 million daily meter readings and settlement of over GBP 1.4 billion of customer funds annually.

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