HCL bags multi-year deal from automotive parts maker Tenneco

HCL bags multi-year deal from automotive parts maker Tenneco
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1 Apr, 2021

Homegrown IT (information technology) services major HCL Technologies has secured a multi-year, integrated application development contract from Illinois based automotive parts manufacturer Tenneco.  

The contract will also include modernization and application services for the automotive supplier.  

As part of the engagement, HCL will help Tenneco enhance its IT simplification, modernization and transformation journey.  

HCL will use its Fenix 2.0 offering, which is an execution framework for companies that helps organizations reprogram their enterprise architecture, while building a roadmap for initiatives for digital transformation.  

“We look forward to providing value to this relationship, driving critical technology transformation and helping Tenneco realize business success,” Ajay Bahl, EVP, HCL Technologies, said in a statement.  

Tenneco has more than 78,000 employees and clocked revenues of $1.7 billion in 2019.   

HCL recently reported a 34.8% growth in profit in the third quarter ended December 2020, a period when the company signed 13 new transformational deals. Last week, the company said it has opened an innovation centre focused on digital acceleration, its latest global delivery centre, in Mississauga, Ontario.   

The Noida headquartered IT services company added that it plans to create 2,000 new employment opportunities in Canada in the next three years.