To right the ship at struggling T-Systems, Deutsche Telecom is taking back responsibility for corporate telecom clients as part of a restructuring plan for T-Systems.
T-Systems CEO Adel Al-Saleh, who joined the company in January, informed his staff on Wednesday that the business would be “an integrated end-to-end IT player,” according to a story by Reuters.
Frankfurt, Germany-based T-Systems was founded in 2000 as a subsidiary of Deutche Telekom. The revamped T-Systems will focus on IT and digital services going forward, according to Reuters.
Al-Saleh has already worked to reduce T-System’s German headcount by 5,600 employees, while also closing most local offices.