Wipro Secures A 5 year Contract Deal With Fortam
Wipro has received a five year contract from Fortam. It will now provide application management (AMS) and service integration and management (SIAM) to Fortum.
Wipro, the Bengaluru-based IT Service would now manage Fortam’s application portfolio across hundreds of applications for more than 11500 users spread over 18 countries. It will also provide 24*7 support for business-critical applications.
“The deal was finalized in the midst of the pandemic and we appreciate the spirit of Fortum and Wipro teams in making this possible,” said Sarat Chand, vice president, EMEA, and Utilities Business Head, Wipro. Also on the other hand Tuomas Salosaari, VP, Operation Services, Business Technology, Fortum, said that they have chosen Wipro as a partner because of its experience and capability in providing a flexible and efficient solution in the market.
Fortum is a European energy company that operates in more than 40 countries. The company provides customers with electricity, gas, heating, and cooling as well as smart solutions to improve resource efficiency.
This tie-up announcement was made on October 20, 2020. However, as of now, none financial details are disclosed.
Further, Sarat Chand in one of his interviews even said that- “The accelerated trend of supply-demand and energy-conscious prosumers is driving a clean energy revolution faster than before, inspiring innovation and partnerships like these. This deal was completed in the midst of the pandemic and we appreciate the spirit of Fortum and Wipro teams in making this possible.”
Wipro is a leading global information technology, consulting, and business process services company that is present in the Nordic and Baltic region for almost over a decade now. Wipro has customers across various sectors like manufacturing, energy, natural resources, utilities, financial services, telecommunication, healthcare, and retail industry verticals. The widespread of the company is huge.
“This is an important step forward in Wipro’s strategy for the Nordic and Baltic region. We see a good match between these two companies, one in the energy industry and the other in technology services, to drive innovation and growth," said Carl-Henrik Hallström, Head of the Nordic and Baltic region, Wipro.
Let’s see what this new tie-up brings in. Till then stay tuned for further upcoming updates.