Volvo and Capgemini deepen cloud and digital relationship with three year agreement
CarPaul | 08 July 2019
French IT services group Capgemini has announced a three-year deal with Volvo to digitally transform its operating model and modernise its IT landscape.
As part of the new agreement, Capgemini will deliver a wide range of transformation services including including product development and cloud services.
The new agreement reinforces the long-term relationship between Capgemini and Volvo Cars, making Capgemini one of Volvo’s main suppliers for digital transformation and cloud services.
Capgemini was selected, following a competitive tender process, for its ability to enable large and complex transformations, its global expertise within both business and IT environments, and its proven track record for delivering digital transformation solutions to the largest global automotive brands in the market.
“We are pleased that Volvo Cars has selected us as one of their main partners to help with their transformation. This agreement will combine our skills and expertise within the automotive industry on global and local levels, and we are excited to start a new journey with Volvo Cars,” said Anil Agarwal ,president of the Scandinavia Business Unit at Capgemini.
Capgemini will deliver services in business transformation, technology transformation, application development, application management and support, project services, digital manufacturing, packaged solution implementation, hosting, security service desk, and onsite support.
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