HCL signs digital transformation pacts with The Mosaic Company, BP

HCL signs digital transformation pacts with The Mosaic Company, BP
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9 Jul, 2021

Noida-based IT firm HCL Technologies has roped in Tampa, Florida-based phosphate and potash producer The Mosaic Company for a five-year digital transformation deal. 

As part of the agreement, HCL will handle Mosaic’s global application and infrastructure environments.  

The company will deploy an Agile/DevSecOps delivery model for Mosaic across North America and South America, including services for business analytics environments.  

“Mosaic will rely on HCL Technologies to use its services to drive its strategic priorities, including functional collaboration and efficiency,” Ajay Bahl, executive vice president for HCL America, said.  

The partnership will focus strongly on agriculture, mining and chemicals and will also allow Mosaic to utilise HCL’s ecosystem in the Latin American market, where the mining company will be executing go-to-market models for B2B and B2C firms.  

“Our partnership with HCL will allow Mosaic to create a stronger digital and analytics foundation to accelerate the ROI for key enterprise transformation priorities through innovation, insights, speed, and scale,” Jeff Wysocki, cio of  The Mosaic Company, said.  

Formed in 2004, the Mosaic company had an annual turnover of $8.9 billion in 2020, and is the largest US producer of potash and phosphate. 

HCL to digitise operations for Canadian energy firm BP

HCL also announced that it has completed the first phase of building a modern digital workplace for Canadian based energy firm, BP. 

The multi-year partnership will help transform BP's workplace services and enable better efficiencies along with building a standardised end-user experience for more than 500 sites of BP 

HCL has given us the type of flexibility that has been critical to supporting the changing needs of our workforce during the pandemic,’’ Stewart Fry, senior vice president, Digital Enterprise & Operations, BP, said.  

HCL has implemented global site support services and managed telephony for 60,000 IT end-users at BP through the implementation of HCL WorkBlaze and HCL Dryice solutions.  

Other solutions deployed include HCL’s global service desk, Microsoft Platform services and platform engineering services.  

“BP’s drive to optimise user-experiences is closely aligned to our own philosophy of putting employees first,” Sandeep Kumar Saxena, executive vice president – UK & Ireland, Diversified Industries, HCL Technologies, said. 

HCL Technologies, along with other IT giants are expected to report strong revenue numbers for the current quarter.  

The company is expected to report its Q1 2022 quarterly earnings later this month.