ArcelorMittal Europe, Infosys announce collaboration for digital transformation

PTI | Bengaluru | Updated: 08-04-2021 16:46 IST | Created: 08-04-2021 16:26 IST
ArcelorMittal Europe, Infosys announce collaboration for digital transformation
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Infosys on Thursday said steel and mining company ArcelorMittal has chosen it to help accelerate the company's digital transformation journey and enable next-generation application management and business process management (BPM) services for ArcelorMittal Europe.

Through this engagement, the Bengaluru-headquartered IT services company said in a statement it would work with ArcelorMittal Europe, share best practices around next-generation application management services to optimize, stabilize, and transform ArcelorMittal's IT landscape.

Infosys will also establish a BPM service in ArcelorMittal Europes Business Centre of Excellence shared services center.

''The collaboration will further strengthen Infosys presence in Europe and will enable Infosys to maximize synergies across the ArcelorMittal Group worldwide'', the statement said.

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