Novosco wins £107m deal with Cambridge University Hospitals

Marian McHugh
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Northern Irish MSP awarded seven-year contract for one of the UK's largest NHS Trusts

Belfast-based Novosco has won a £107m contract to manage IT infrastructure and support services for Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) NHS Trust. The Trust is one of the largest in the UK, ...

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