BT Global Services helps multi-site organisations to master the complexity of business communication. It serves corporate and government customers worldwide, and wholesale customers outside the UK.
It employs around 30,000 people in 50 countries and delivers service over 172 countries.
In addition, BT Global Services has more than 10,000 professional services people (around 40 per cent of all its employees) skilled in business and process transformation, change and project management, solutions design and innovation.
BT Global Services provides a range of specialist network-centric propositions and practices spanning high performance networking, applications management, outsourcing and managed services, and business transformation.
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