Tech Mahindra to manage IT infrastructure for Volvo Car Group

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IT firm Tech Mahindra today said it will provide end-to-end IT infrastructure support and services to Volvo Car Group in various countries, including Sweden, China and Belgium.

The scope of the partnership, which was signed in February, covers 2,800 servers across Volvo Cars' regional offices, global factories, global data centre, R&D and manufacturing IT, it said in a statement.

The service also covers 4,000 factory devices in Sweden, Belgium, China and 30,000 end users and their work devices, including parts of the Volvo Cars dealer network, it added.

Financial details of the deal were not disclosed.

The partnership also encompasses application maintenance and development, including the introduction and management of a hybrid cloud strategy.

"Volvo Cars values and goals strongly emphasise reliable products and services in all operations. The vision outlines IT as a competitive advantage for all Volvo Cars business units. Tech Mahindra is excited to be supporting and sharing that vision for quality in each business area," Tech Mahindra Head Europe (Enterprise) Vikram Nair said.

Volvo Cars will be supported by Tech Mahindra's Infrastructure Management Services (IMS) practice team.

The IMS team covers data centres, end user computing, networks, security and IT operations management to over 190 customers across industries including telecom, banking, manufacturing, insurance, retail and healthcare.

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