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March 28th, 2007

Satyam bags $200 mn deal from US

Abstract:
Indian IT major Satyam Computer Services has signed a five-year contract valued at $200 million with US-based nanotechnology giant Applied Materials to provide technological support services.

Under the contract, Satyam will give application development, maintenance and support (ADMS) plus business transformation core technology services to Applied Materials Inc. through a managed services delivery model.

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