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Wipro Bags Five year Deal with Aéroports de Montréal

Wipro Bags Five year Deal with Aéroports de Montréal

Wipro has inked a deal with Canada’s Aéroports de Montréal (ADM), ET reported on Wednesday. The strategic IT and business transformation deal is for five years.

One of the top-level executives of Wipro said- “this partnership is a testament to the value we bring to the airports' industry and our growing footprint in Canada, a strategic market for us”.

ADM controls two airports in Canada, namely YUL Montreal-Trudeau international airport and YMX International Aérocity of Mirabel.

According to Wipro, the partnership will change the outlook of ADM’s operations as emerging technologies would be used to transform the business processes. The outsourcing firm would use AI integrated platform, Wipro Holmes to digitise the airport operations.

The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed by Wipro.

The partnership will benefit ADM as new-gen tech such AI, IoT, Cloud, analytics, AR, VR, and drones would be leveraged to bring operational excellence, improve user experience, and speed up the transformation of business processes. 

Wipro has also mentioned in a statement that the deal will provide deliver ready-to-deploy digital airport assets to ADM powered by an ASQ-driven framework.

The outsourcing firm forayed into Canada 23 years ago. It has operations in the capital city of Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton, and Calgary. The operations are spread across sectors such as oil & gas, banking, airport, utilities, and Crown Corporations.

The deal is a big one for Wipro in terms of operations.


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