Ford has signed a $300 million (#182.9 million) contract with IBM which will see the IT giant's global services division create almost all the car manufacturer's software. A new IT campus is to be built near Ford's headquarters in the US, where 1,000 IBM employees and 1,000 Ford employees will work on new technology for the firm. Among the applications the developers will be working on are electronic commerce and Internet software. The deal is the biggest IBM has ever landed in the car industry.
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