HCL Technologies (HCL), a global technology company, has signed a multi-year agreement to modernize IT systems related to DSM’s core business, and transition to an IT-centric operating methodology product.
HCL will enable DSM, one of the world’s leading technology companies in the fields of nutrition, health and life sciences, and whose raison d’être is based on concrete actions, to accelerate its digital transformation , thanks to a cloud-first strategy, an agile methodology, and practical solutions around next-generation networks and systems.
By creating a connected and harmonized digital work environment across the group, HCL will support DSM’s product innovation efforts,
“To support DSM’s strategy and our goals of improving the health of people and the planet, we are at the heart of a digital transformation that will allow us to better serve our customers,” said Ipek Ozsuer, Head of Digital Service, at DSM. “We wanted a transition from a multi-vendor landscape to working with a single integration partner with the deep knowledge that will help us achieve our digital ambitions. HCL shares DSM’s values of placing sustainability at the heart of our digital roadmap, making it an ideal partner in our transformation process.”
Fenix 2.0 , HCL’s new digital execution framework will enable best practices and accelerate digital transformation across DSM’s various business units and product lines. Through better understanding of next-generation automation processes and analytics services, HCL plans to improve the IT service offering it provides to nearly 18,000 end users across 200 locations, in more than 50 countries.
“We are delighted to have been selected by DSM to lead their digital transformation,” said Ashish Kumar Gupta, Business Development Manager for Europe-Africa Region, HCL Technologies. “As a responsible company, DSM is a pioneer. Its goals are very similar to HCL’s culture, values and commitment to communities around the world. This commitment testifies to a fruitful collaboration with our customers to carry out their digital transformation across all of their infrastructures.”