New Delhi: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has inked an eight-year Rs479.6 crore (60 million pound) information technology applications services contract with the UK’s water utility Scottish Water.
As per the agreement, TCS would consolidate Scottish Water’s existing applications and transform information management.
“While delivering an extended level of service, Scottish Water would also save minimum 8 million pounds in operating expenditure alone over the next eight years after the application of new information management,” TCS said in a statement.
“TCS has been selected as the only firm for application management and support, and strategic enterprise information, business intelligence and integration services out of 136 companies involved in a the Scottish Water IT programmer 2007 competitive tender,” it said.
“The Indian firm has also been selected as one of five partners to participate in the development framework for enterprise package implementations,” it added.
Scottish Water, the UK’s only public sector water utility, serves 5.5 million customers in Scotland.