Accenture Enterprise Agreement

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As part of these agreements, Accenture and NetApp will continue to provide solutions for data center optimization and transformation, cloud solution implementation, virtual desktop implementation, Enterprise Resource Planning (ErP) optimization, and ROI expansions of business applications through virtualization and infrastructure efficiency. “The strategic agreement with Microsoft and Accenture is an important step in introducing new technologies and applications to improve our digital skills, increase business agility and reduce capital expenditure,” said Jeff Miller, Halliburton President and CEO.