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October 20, 2011
On September 29, a letter of intent was signed by eWork Scandinavia AB with Sony Ericsson (News - Alert) Mobile Communications AB. The scope of the letter of intent has now been confirmed by eWork Scandinavia. The onsite consultants of Sony Ericsson in Sweden will be provided services by the new Managed Service Provider (MSP), eWork. As of January 2012, eWork will experience an approximate 20 percent increase in its revenue due to this collaboration.
On September 29, for the first time, the letter of intent between eWork and Sony Ericsson (News - Alert) was made public. According to the letter a new collaboration will be formalized with an agreement being signed by Sony Ericsson with eWork in the coming weeks. While the initial length of the contract will be two years, the partnership will be reviewed by both the organizations after two years.
An estimated 20 percent increase in revenue is expected for eWork through this single largest commitment. On January 1, 2012, the agreement between Sony Ericsson and eWork will go live.
Consultants with optimal skills in place can be quickly received by buyers with eWork’s business model. All administration will be also handled by eWork. The consultant process can be therefore developed and streamlined by corporate customers with help from a long-term strategic partner, eWork. More than 2200 consultants of eWork are currently on assignment in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland.
eWork is a complete consultancy provider. eWork offers specialists across the world in IT, Telecom, technology and management. The organization has access to more than 50,000 consultants. Delivery of the right skills at the right place is therefore guaranteed by the organization. More than 100 corporations already have work agreements with eWork.
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Edited by Rich Steeves