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Equinor extends IT operations and transformation agreement with HCL

Multi-million-dollar deal focuses on cloud and IT Infrastructure services that will support Equinor in becoming more agile and improve user experience worldwide.

HCL Technologies has renewed its IT operations and transformation agreement with Equinor, the largest supplier of oil and gas in the Nordic energy market and the largest offshore operator in the world. The multi-million-dollar deal will focus on IT Infrastructure and cloud services that will support Equinor in enabling an efficient workplace, reliable IT operations and support the company’s cloud initiatives.

This is a significant move forward based on a seven-year HCL Equinor relationship and also demonstrates HCL’s understanding of Equinor business. HCL and Equinor are happy to continue the collaboration as Equinor moves forward with its digitization strategy by accelerating their cloud journey, and increased focus on user experience. This will help Equinor to identify new ways of working to enhance speed and agility and provide a robust platform for their digital Initiatives.

Equinor with its roots in the oil and gas industry, is developing as a business, including an increased focus on alternative energy sources. Also, the company is developing the business processes to become as agile, innovative and efficient as today’s and tomorrow’s business environment demands.

“This renewal of IT infrastructure and move to cloud services, coupled with digital transformation initiatives for Equinor underscores a key tenet of HCL’s success strategy, creating delighted customers and delivering consistent value over time to build long lasting relationships”, said Pankaj Tagra, EVP & Head of Nordic & DACH Business at HCL Technologies. “Our engagement with Equinor has expanded as a transformation partner where we can drive future value for its business through our strategic Mode -2 offerings including Cloud services.”
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