HCLTech secures IT services contract with Australian agribusiness Elders


HCLTech, a global technology leader, has entered into a multi-year IT services partnership with Elders, a major player in Australian agribusiness. The partnership will focus on accelerating digital transformation initiatives across Elders’ business, ranging from application development to data management and cybersecurity.

HCLTech’s Comprehensive IT Services for Elders

The collaboration will leverage HCLTech’s extensive portfolio of IT services to support Elders’ evolving needs in the dynamic agribusiness sector. HCLTech will be responsible for managed IT services, application development and management, digital workplace capabilities, and infrastructure. Furthermore, the technology company will oversee Elders’ cybersecurity measures and data management processes.

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AI and Cloud-First Approach in Focus

Michael Horton, Executive Vice President and Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand at HCLTech, commented, “We are proud to partner with Elders for the next phase of its digital transformation. This is a great endorsement of our capabilities and expertise in cloud migration. By adopting a cloud-first approach, Elders will continue to offer customers and employees an excellent user experience. Further, to support the next phase of Elders’ digital transition we will continue to provide consistent on-the-ground support from our Adelaide delivery center.”

Elders Partners with HCLTech for Next-Phase Digital Transformation

Elders Partners with HCLTech for Next-Phase Digital Transformation. Photo courtesy of Raghukraman/Wikimedia Commons.

Elders’ Commitment to Digital Evolution

Scott Placentino, Head of IT Operations at Elders, added, “Delivering reliable IT Services to our staff across Australia is a key priority. We have had a long and well-respected relationship with HCLTech. They have been integral in supporting our business and our digital transformation journey, so it was a straightforward decision to engage them for our next phase of digital transformation. We’re looking forward to continuing our work with HCLTech in Adelaide and creating a great experience for our employees and our clients.”

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The partnership aims to ensure a smooth and stable transformation as Elders adapts to market shifts in the agribusiness landscape. With a focus on adopting a cloud-first approach and harnessing advanced AI offerings, Elders is poised for a transformative journey in the rapidly changing industry.

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