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Tech Mahindra Bags Rs 270 Crore Project From Coal India

Tech Mahindra Bags Rs 270 Crore Project From Coal India

The firm is currently focusing on enterprise, telecom, utilities, and government since it feels that India is a lucrative market to miss out on. It was just a day ago that Tech Mahindra got the deal and Coal India’s project is now completely Tech Mahindra’s responsibility. It will be implementing modern technologies with a five-year engagement to modernise six Indian ports. The significant growth is because of the strategic business unit that the company has set. The firm is up on a roll and will be seen doing some major changes in the market. With the time growth of the firm’s new move and with the new project it is evident that something good will happen in the future.

The company is working with part while the request for proposals is being made. The firm also ensures that the payment terms are favourable to them and other vendors. It is about communication between both sides. For now, it is aiming to provide real-time information between the companies including the subsidiaries that will be aiding in decision making at a faster pace. “Coal India is very passionate and committed to this project and firmly believes that Tech Mahindra will be able to complete it well within the project timelines,” said Coal India Chairman Anil Kumar Jha and with this, we can assume that both the firms are compatible and have plans on extending their venture together.

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