HCL bags deal from Norway-based Statoil

February 13th, 2012 - 9:59 pm ICT by IANS  

New Delhi, Feb 13 (IANS) HCL Technologies Monday said it had bagged an infrastructure management services deal from Norway-based energy firm Statoil.

“This deal win reinforces HCL’s dominance in the Nordic region’s IT services market where it is already the global partner of choice for several leading global corporations like Nokia, Danfoss and Electrolux in the region,” the company said in a statement.

No financial details were disclosed.

HCL will deliver services across 36 countries, handling the end-to-end monitoring and management of Statoil’s entire IT infrastructure across all global locations, including offshore production sites.

The engagement includes managing computers, storage, database and telecom (network and security) environments along with desktop support.

Statoil is a leading oil company whose biggest activities are located in Norway, with corporate functions both in Stavanger and Oslo.

“This engagement underscores HCL’s leadership in global IT and infrastructure management services for global 100 corporations,” said Anant Gupta, president (infrastructure services) and senior corporate vice president, HCL Technologies.

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