New Delhi: HCL Technologies said it has signed an infrastructure deal with France-based locomotive company Alstom, to provide engineering services, PC as-a-Service for 30,000 global users, and enable local end-user support services for multiple geographies.
The organisations did not disclose the deal value.
HCL will also set up a multi lingual global service desk for Alstom in 11 languages including more than 50 per cent French speaking users.
These services will be delivered through HCL’s three global delivery centers located in Poland, Brazil and India.
“Following the sale of Alstom Energy and central support functions to GE on 2nd November, it was our priority to ensure a smooth and continuous IT operations, to embrace the digital economy in our transformational objectives while optimizing costs,” said Christine Heckmann, chief information officer, Alstom.
IMS or infrastructure management services is HCL’s biggest business.
“Our track record in carrying out build, operate and transfer projects, and implementing multi-sourcing services integration gave Alstom the confidence that we were their ideal technology partner,” said Ashish Gupta, Corporate Vice President & Head-Diversified Industries & Infrastructure Services, EMEA, HCL Technologies.