Tata Consultancy Services has bagged 3 deals in one go. The deals comprise of a 50 million AUD (Australian dollar) deal from AGL Energy to manage its technology infrastructure for five years. TCS has teamed up with BMC Software for the engagement. The latest win builds on its existing relationship with AGL. At present, over 650 TCS consultants are engaged on AGL assignments.
TCS has also joined hands with British Airways to launch a new integrated IT solution for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) functions. Based on the SAP platform, the solution will focus on increasing productivity by minimising manual intervention and increasing process automation.
In a seperate deal TCS, HCL Infosystems and Integra Micro System have bagged a contract worth Rs 243 crore from Bank of India (BoI) to provide information technology (IT)-based solutions for financial inclusion. The bank had a three-year plan to disburse credit worth Rs 12,000 crore and open 12.5 million no-frill accounts, including 1.2 million in urban areas.