Capgemini inks deal with Nokia

To enhance Nokia's business productivity and growth, French IT services giant Capgemini has secured a multi-million euro contract extension from the telecom equipment maker. The contract has been extended for three years.

The agreement would see Capgemini continuing to optimise Nokia's order management operations worldwide, a PTI report said.
Capgemini started working with Nokia since 2010. The contract, which was due to expire in 2017, has now been extended to October 2020. The French IT services would continue to provide customer order management services, including preparation for delivery, distribution and customer invoicing to Nokia throughout its global network.
"We have a strong relationship with Nokia and are proud to be providing them with world class supply chain business process outsourcing services to help drive and enhance Nokia's business productivity and growth," Capgemini CEO BPO and Member of the Group Executive Committee Christopher Stancombe said.
With over 1.45 lakh people in over 40 countries, Capgemini reported 2014 global revenues of 10.573 billion euros.
In India, Capgemini has over 60,000 people across nine cities (Mumbai, Gurgaon, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Kolkata and Chennai - Trichy and Salem).

(Image: Indiatimes)

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