HP signs IT infrastructure deal with Black & Veatch

Black & Veatch has signed a new IT deal with HP to manage technology infrastructure and applications environment.

The IT infrastructure will support the global engineering, consulting and construction company’s growth plan.

As per the new six-year agreement, HP will increase tools, technology and hardware while standardizing processes to better support the company as it expands further into new markets.

HP will manage majority of Black & Veatch IT environment, including its data centers, networks, computing devices, security and applications with a full suite of IT Infrastructure Outsourcing and Applications Services

“Black & Veatch’s integrated global workforce is helping our clients build critical human infrastructure that will improve the lives of people in their communities,” said Brad Vaughan, senior vice president and chief information officer, Black & Veatch.

HP Network Services will enable employees to share files such as massive 3-D models and blueprints critical to their business.

HP will provide Workplace Services to manage Black & Veatch’s computing environment

Black & Veatch will use HP Applications Management Services to optimize and manage its applications environment.

Black & Veatch professionals use these critical applications to develop complex designs; manage large projects; and to share, collaborate and manage all aspects of the company’s engineering, procurement and construction contracts.

HP will provide and coordinate services across Black & Veatch’s multivendor environment from locations around the world including Argentina, India, Malaysia, Singapore, United Kingdom and the United States.

 

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