T-Systems, a Deutsche Telekom company, today announced the signing of large IT systems integration with Daimler, an automaker.
The company did not reveal the size of the deal. T-Systems said the size of the IT deal would be several hundred million euros.
T-Systems, which clocked revenue of around EUR 9.5 billion in 2013, will assume sole responsibility for the maintenance, development and integration of numerous software applications in all of the automaker’s important business areas.
The two companies will advance promising future topics such as connected cars and the cloud-based workplace together.
Reinhard Clemens, Deutsche Telekom Board member and T-Systems CEO, said: “The major trust that this customer places in us shows that Daimler is extremely pleased with our performance and wishes to continue our close collaboration.”
T-Systems has supported the automotive group with application services in development, maintenance and consulting for many years.