New Delhi, Mar 6 (PTI) India’s fourth largest IT services firm HCL Technologies today said it has signed a deal with Norway-based energy company, Statkraft. Also Read - Japanese Women's Team Pulls out of Asian Wrestling
As part of the five-and-a-half-year deal, HCL will provide end-to-end integrated infrastructure services, including data centre, service desk, workplace, network and security services, application operations and cross functional services, HCL said in a statement. Also Read - Depressed After Break Up, Man Tries to Open Delhi-Varanasi Flight's Emergency Door Mid-Air
No financial details of the deal were disclosed. Also Read - Man Beaten & Forced to Chant Slogans For Alleged Theft, Attacker Arrested After Video Goes Viral
“Our partnership with HCL allows us to focus on our core business, while also making sure that our IT infrastructure processes are optimised for future success,” Statkraft CIO and Senior Vice President IT Johnny Langsrud said.
Statkraft is Norway’s largest generator of renewable energy and the third largest power producer in the Nordics. It produces hydropower, wind power, solar power, gas-fired power and supplies district heating.
“Through our flexible and innovative approach, leveraging best-in-class automation capabilities that lie at the heart of HCL s Mode 1-2-3 growth strategy, we are able to deliver end-to-end ITO services that make a real difference to our clients businesses globally,” HCL Technologies EVP Nordic and DACH Business Head Pankaj Tagra said.
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