3i Infotech bags digital infrastructure managed services contract from HPCL

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3i Infotech Limited has won a digital infrastructure managed services (DIMS) contract worth around INR 51 crores from Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL).

Under the three year-contract, 3i Infotech will be responsible for managing and supporting the IT Infrastructure of the Indian government-owned refiner. The contract covers HPCL’s refinery, offices, and retail units in more than 70 circles across India.

Until now, the Mumbai-based IT company has been mainly serving HPCL in North India.

3i Infotech said that its digital infrastructure managed services contract comprises IT Infrastructure and Cloud, which helps customers to streamline their spending on IT. It includes data center managed services, data center modernization services, digital integrated service desk, hybrid cloud managed services, EUS management services, unified messaging and collaboration, end point protection services, virtual desktop services, and mobile device management services.

3i Infotech bags digital infrastructure managed services contract from HPCL

3i Infotech bags digital infrastructure managed services contract from HPCL. Photo courtesy of Nikhilb239/Wikimedia Commons.

Thompson P. Gnanam — 3i Infotech Managing Director and Global CEO said: “HPCL is one of our premier customers in India and we are excited that the organization has given 3i Infotech the mandate to serve them in the coming years as their chosen digital transformation partner.

“3i Infotech has a very mature, robust, best-of-breed Digital IMS offering built over two decades. Our Digital IMS has capabilities to develop and implement transformational roadmaps for complex enterprises at scale, such as for HPCL. It enables enterprises to build, operate and manage NextGen infrastructure for digital transformation, ensuring that it is robust, flexible, secure, and scalable.”

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