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EDS Awarded $715 Million Contract for Bristol-Myers Squibb Information Services
Date:12/10/2007

tive vice president, EDS Americas. "As a leader and important partner in healthcare transformation, EDS helps healthcare organizations worldwide address critical business challenges through IT, allowing companies like Bristol-Myers Squibb to lead in the fight against disease."

As part of this agreement, EDS Agility Alliance partners EMC, Microsoft, Oracle and SAP will provide products and services to Bristol-Myers Squibb, furthering efforts to increase productivity, mitigate risk and lower costs. The EDS Agility Alliance is a coalition of companies globally recognized for their quality, products and value to clients. Its mission is to innovate, develop and deliver the EDS Agile Enterprise Platform - EDS' next-generation global delivery system. Together, EDS and its Agility Alliance partners collaborate to design, build and run a market-leading services platform and develop technology-based services to deliver tangible client results. EDS Agility Alliance partners include Cisco, EMC, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, Sun Microsystems and Xerox.

EDS founded the healthcare information technology services industry more than 45 years ago. Today, EDS touches more than 200 million lives daily and performs 2.4 billion healthcare transactions annually, including 1 billion in healthcare claims annually. EDS is the nation's largest provider of Medicaid and Medicare process management services, administering $95 billion in benefits a year and serves as fiscal agent or principal IT provider for Medicaid in 21 states. With more than 9,000 professionals dedicated to supporting healthcare clients worldwide, EDS' global healthcare experience spans payer, provider, government and life science communities.

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