On Thursday, global tech giant Infosys announced that it had won a contract to digitally turn steelmaker ArcelorMittal’s IT operations.
Infosys will collaborate with the European arm of the London-based steel and mining company to optimise, stabilise, and turn its IT environment.
“We will also provide a BPM service in ArcelorMittal Europe’s business centre of excellence,” the company said.
The agreement would boost the company’s presence in Europe while also allowing it to maximise synergies across the steelmaker group’s global operations.
“…We will help ArcelorMittal to stay ahead of disruption. Leveraging our global delivery model, right shoring and BPM offerings, we will drive efficiency, bolster operational excellence and establish future-ready services in line with its growth strategies,”- Jasmeet Singh, Infosys Vice President and Global Head of Manufacturing.
According to ArcelorMittal Europe Chief Executive Geert Van Poelvoorde, Infosys not only shares ArcelorMittal’s vision and principles, but also brings agility, delivery excellence, and a willingness to go the extra mile to ensure performance.
“We are optimistic that this partnership will provide our employees and associates with new resources to help them compete and innovate,” Poelvoorde said.
The news comes just a week before the organisation releases its fourth-quarter and annual financial results for fiscal 2020-21.