Swedish utility company Vattenfall has selected IT services provider CSC to build and deliver a next-generation IT workplace environment.
CSC did not share financial details of the IT services contract.
The duration of the contract is five years with two one-year extension options. Nearly 30,000 end users across Vattenfall’s business locations in 7 countries will benefit from the IT services deal, said CSC in a statement.
“To stay competitive it is very important for Vattenfall to be able to focus on our core business while at the same time having an effective, flexible and secure IT services. CSC with AT&T were able to meet our needs and were selected following a highly competitive assessment among several suppliers,” said Claes Wallner, CIO and head of IT at Vattenfall.
As part of this agreement, Vattenfall will transfer a number of operational personnel to CSC and AT&T.
“Our agreement with Vattenfall is an important step in executing our strategy to bring standardized next-generation IT offerings to the Nordics market with our global business alliance partners,” said John Walsh III, vice president and general manager Nordic & Baltic Region, CSC.
CSC MyWorkStyle offers productivity for end users by providing cost-effective personal computer (PC) device management service.