HCL Technologies has partnered with Finish Telecom company Nokia in a five-year deal to modernise its IT infrastructure and application services.
As a part of the deal, HCL will transition service from four incumbent vendors to establish an integrated IT service design and delivery framework while implementing a transition roadmap. For Nokia, the deal will help to improve operational efficiencies as announced in the press release.
The official statement in the PR said, “Nokia has selected HCL Technologies as part of an important effort of streamlining Nokia’s outsourced IT management services.”
Nokia Chief Operating Officer Joerg Erlemeier said,
This is an important development for Nokia and takes our digital transformation efforts to a new level, both for how it will enhance our IT and operational efficiencies internally for Nokia, and for how it will enable us to further elevate service delivery to our customers.
HCL will leverage its next-gen technology service portfolio providing services to Nokia around digital platforms, autonomics, cloud orchestration, cybersecurity and modern collaborative spaces. These solutions will help the IT firm adapt well to the changing needs of customer base while allowing a better experience for them through digitalisation, automation and modernisation of key IT systems and processes
“HCL is proud to be Nokia’s transformation partner, powering them with the speed and agility required to meet the demands of a complex and transforming market,” he added.