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    Anyone have any experience of working for their consulting division here in the UK? What are they like? What are they paying in terms of contract rates and permie rates for business analysts, architects and project managers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IsItOver View Post
    Anyone have any experience of working for their consulting division here in the UK? What are they like? What are they paying in terms of contract rates and permie rates for business analysts, architects and project managers?

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    I worked for Fujitsu at Thomson Reuters via Lorien back in 2010-11. Had no problems at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by BR14 View Post
    they made a decent mainframe once, but big blue soon put a stop to that.
    wasn't that ICL?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance View Post
    wasn't that ICL?
    nah, amdahl and fujitsu made mainframes that ran ibm MVS <sort of>
    ICL were much older, suffered from the british disease of no investment.
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