HCL Technologies has signed five year partner agreement with SAI GLOBAL to provide IT Managed Application Services and Projects.
HCL Technologies was awarded the contract following a competitive tender evaluation and enable SAI GLOBAL to save around $27 million.
The company said it will provide multi-country Managed Service to SAI GLOBAL to help reduce support costs and shorten new implementation times across the organization’s geographically dispersed operations.
SAI GLOBAL’s business units will be deployed with Standardized Processes and will have ongoing support for the organization’s global Epicor ERP platform for service quality improvements.
“Overall, we expect the outcome to be higher organic revenue growth and increased operating margins in FY16 and beyond,” said Peter Mullins, chief executive officer, SAI Global.
“The relationship with HCL is critical for our IT Transformation journey, and access to their global pool of resources will enhance our Product Development capability to offer better products to our customers,” said Malcolm Pascoe, Group CIO, SAI Global.
In July, HCL Technologies tied up with SAP as a key partner on the development of multichannel customer self-services for utilities.
Last year in August, HCL Technologies bagged a deal worth about AUD 35 million (over Rs 198 crore) from Sydney Trains to support and maintain 107 of its business applications.