We are Stibbe IT Sourcing specialists

As we have advised on worldwide IT sourcing projects for many years, the knowledge and expertise at our clients’ disposal is very broad.

IT Sourcing

We understand that any IT sourcing decision our clients face can have far-reaching implications – it’s why we support them right from the outset.

Our specialists work in partnership with clients to setup and execute contract structures for complex domestic, or cross-border IT sourcing matters. Over the years these have included consortium, multi-vendor, subcontracting and back-to-back arrangements for the private and governmental sectors.

Drawing on our understanding of how IT-systems work, we assist with matters relating to outsourcing, insourcing and resourcing; offshoring, inshoring and nearshoring; transfer of undertaking and project management.

Should it be required to support a matter, we have access to specialisms across our firm such as corporate, tax and employment. Together with our close cooperation with top-tier law firms in other jurisdictions around the world, we have proven expertise in creating domestic and global IT sourcing solutions.

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