IBM has signed a five-year, $500m deal with Nestlé to provide computers, software and services.
Christian Nivoix, general manager of IBM's worldwide distribution sector, explained that the world's largest food group, based in Vevey, Switzerland, wanted five new data centres with Big Blue servers, storage systems and software.
The data centres will support a rollout of SAP business software applications including financial, human resources and customer services processes.
Nestlé will operate the centres itself and will not outsource the operation to IBM.
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