Wipro signs five-year agreement with Nokia for digital transformation

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Wipro has entered into a new five-year strategic engagement with Nokia with an aim to drive digital transformation as well as efficiencies in global business services.

The new agreement adds to a partnership that began originally more than 20 years ago, said Wipro.

Vinay Firake — Wipro Nordics Senior Vice President and Managing Director said: “We have a truly strategic partnership with Nokia, built over 20 years, based on our shared values.  We now have a shared purpose: to drive impactful and quantified business outcomes enabled through technology, automation, and process digitization.

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“Our goal is to enable Nokia to win in the 5G world and beyond.”

Wipro signs five-year agreement with Nokia for digital transformation

Wipro signs five-year agreement with Nokia for digital transformation. Photo courtesy of Rameshng/Wikimedia Commons.

As part of the new agreement, the Indian IT services giant will be delivering global business services in support of the renewed operating model of Nokia with a focus on process optimization, touchless processing, improved user and customer experience in finance, order management supply chain, and accounting operations.

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For Nokia, the agreement is said to be a big step towards digitalization of its operations by tapping Wipro transformation and innovation capabilities.

Rod Lindsay — Nokia Global Business Services Vice President said: “We have selected Wipro as our long-term partner to support Nokia GBS’ service delivery transformation over the next five years. This marks a significant milestone in our journey aimed at delivering tangible benefits to Nokia Business Groups through a unified service desk, seamless service integration, improved transparency and performance of GBS.”

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Earlier this month, Wipro released its results for the quarter ended 30 June 2022 in which it made a revenue of INR 215.3 billion. Know more details on Wipro Q1 FY2023 results here.

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