) Dutch subsidiary has been selected by Nutreco, a producer of
animal nutrition and fish feed. With this contract, the company
will be supplying various types of end-user and data center
Per the latest contract, the company through its service
centers based in Budapest, Bogota, Sao Paulo and Shanghai will be
offering a complete suite of single-point-of-contact (SPOC)
service desk solutions to Nutreco for answering any queries
related to IT matters. Moreover, the company will be rendering
its services to Nutreco's 6,000 employees in fourteen different
languages including Czech, English, French, German, Indonesian,
Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, Polish, Portuguese, Russian,
Spanish, Turkish and Vietnamese.
The company will also give various on-site services across 180
locations in 29 countries. Additionally, the company through its
data center and disaster recovery services will be controlling
various Nutreco sites and its 900 servers based in the United
Kingdom and United States.
Nutreco has selected Unisys given its highly developed
technology, advanced and integrated systems, which can help
enhancing its businesses, especially in Brazil, Russia, Southeast
Asia and China in future. Nutreco will be also deploying the
company's Continuous Service Improvement and Innovation Plan
technique and Service Excellence Office for improving its
end-user supply chain.
Management is highly encouraged by its association with
Nutreco. The company through integrating its technologically
advanced services with Nutreco will work diligently to improve
the efficiency and productivity of its clients.
Contract wins have always been the niche strength for Unisys.
Recently, the company received a $7.2 million contract from the
U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. As per the
latest contract, the company will be engaged in the migration of
U.S. National Archives' 4,500 users to Google Apps for
Unisys competes with bigwigs like
). Accenture recently declared that it has won a 10-year
outsourcing deal from the ace French general insurer, Generali.
Under the terms of the deal, Accenture will be handling
Generali's existing life insurance policies (roughly 100,000
The current Zacks Consensus Estimates for Unisys are $1.00 and
$2.20 for the fourth quarter of 2012 and for the full year of
2012, respectively. The estimates represent year-over-year growth
of (51.8%) for the fourth quarter of 2012 and (50.2%) for
As the macroeconomic conditions continue to be challenging, we
prefer to have a Zacks #5 Rank on the stock, which translates
into a short-term rating of 'Strong Sell'. In the long run, we
have a 'Neutral' recommendation on the stock.
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