HCL Technologies to drive digital transformation of Sweden’s Husqvarna
HCL Technologies said that it has extended its partnership with Husqvarna Group, a Swedish manufacturer of outdoor power products, through a new multi-year IT services contract.
According to the Indian IT services provider, the engagement will take forward the digital transformation journey of Husqvarna by tapping automation and enabling an agile and customer-focused workforce.
Husqvarna is engaged in not only producing outdoor power products but also watering products, power tools, and cutting equipment.
HCL Technologies said that the enlarged partnership with the Swedish firm builds upon its existing infrastructure and application development agreement to provide hybrid cloud management, security services, and digital workplace to the latter.
Pavel Hajman — Husqvarna Senior Vice President of Global Information Services and CIO said: “We are excited to take our relationship with HCL Technologies to the next level.
“Both organizations are focused on creating business value and this is a fantastic foundation for us to continue to transform our IT operations and business. The partnership will enable us to deliver an outstanding service to our end clients and further drive our transformational programs.”
The services will establish a world-class IT foundation, said HCL Technologies, which will help Husqvarna improve service delivery and user experience for global workforce of over 10,000 employees. Additionally, HCL Technologies will work together with the Swedish manufacturer on its innovation journey to build products and services for global clients.
Pankaj Tagra — HCL Technologies Corporate Vice President and Nordic and DACH Head said: “The trust between the two organizations gives us a ringside view of Husqvarna’s operations.
“As our collaboration grows stronger, we are committed to supporting Husqvarna’s digitalization to meet its business goals. The Vested principles mark a significant chapter in our Nordics success story. HCL has worked closely with Husqvarna and University of Tennessee to create a contract that has trust and transparency at its heart.”