Infosys selected by ArcelorMittal as digital transformation partner
Infosys said that steel production company ArcelorMittal has selected the company to help expedite its digital transformation journey.
The partnership between the firms will also see the Indian IT services company provide ArcelorMittal Europe with next-generation application management and business process management (BPM) services.
Geert Van Poelvoorde – CEO of ArcelorMittal Europe said: “We are delighted to partner with Infosys on our digital transformation journey. Infosys not only shares our vision and values but also brings agility, delivery excellence, and willingness to walk the extra mile to ensure mutual success.
“We are confident that this collaboration will mean our employees and associates are equipped with powerful new tools that enhance our competitiveness and fuel our innovation.”
Infosys will share best practices focused on the next-generation application management services with ArcelorMittal Europe for streamlining, stabilizing, and transforming the latter’s IT landscape.
Besides, the Indian IT services company will set up a business process management (BPM) service in the Business Center of Excellence (BCoE) shared services center of ArcelorMittal Europe.
The partnership is said to further consolidate Infosys’ footprint in Europe and will enable the firm to maximize synergies across the ArcelorMittal Group globally.
Jasmeet Singh – Executive Vice President and Global Head of Manufacturing, Infosys said: “The need to accelerate digital transformation has never been more urgent in the manufacturing sector. We are pleased to partner with ArcelorMittal and help them stay one step ahead of disruption.
“Leveraging our global delivery model, right shoring, and robust BPM offerings, we are committed to driving efficiency, bolstering operational excellence, and establishing future-ready services in line with ArcelorMittal’s growth strategies.”
Last month, Infosys BPM won a five-year contract extension from gold miner Newmont for standardizing and digitizing delivery models across the latter’s mine sites.