Mattel to ink $20 Million deal with Wipro

Thursday, 29 April 2010, 08:53 Hrs
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New Delhi: Mattel, world's largest toy company based on revenue, has selected Wipro to outsource its IT infrastructure management work. Wipro is yet to get back on the exact size of the deal but the experts say that it is expected to be around $20 million, reported Economic Times.

Mattel has also gone on record to say that there will be some job losses due to this especially because it is also going to be outsourcing work that is done at its Phoenix Technology Centre to Wipro but they are yet to give a number on how many jobs will be lost and what kind of departments will be impacted by this because they they are still etching out the details of this deal with Wipro.

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