IRD happy with business transformation-lead Accenture

Wed, 11 Mar 2015

By Paul McBeth March 11 (BusinessDesk) - The Inland Revenue Department is happy with lead provider Accenture to overhaul its 30-year-old information technology system in a major transformation of its business which so far is running under budget and on time. IRD commissioner Naomi Ferguson told Parliament's finance and expenditure committee the government's tax gatherer has spent $83 million to date on its business transformation programme, and is currently running under budget and on time. The replacement of its ageing FIRST IT system ai...

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