IT consulting firm Tech Mahindra said that it has won a Rs 270 crore deal from Coal Indian Limited to help the latter in its quest for Digital Transformation. The engagement, which will span over five years, is aimed at enterprise modernization, said a statement.
The primary objective of setting up an integrated ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system in Coal India and its subsidiaries is to deploy state-of-the-art information technology system, which can provide all necessary information based on real-time data and help the management in taking quick and timely decisions to achieve desired results, said a senior executives.
“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 Anil Kumar Jha, Chairman, Coal India.
This implementation would be taken up in phases. Phase 1st includes the ERP Implementation in Coal India & its two subsidiaries – Mahanadi Coalfields Limited and Western Coalfields Limited.
Further, the deal also includes supply & implementation of HIMS (Hospital Information management System) across all eight subsidiaries of Coal India, covering 21 Hospitals.
Sujit Baksi, President, India Business & Corporate Affairs, Tech Mahindra, said, “We are excited to partner with Coal India and enable their digital transformation journey with enterprise modernization. We will bring the depth of our digital experience into this engagement and deliver connected experience to Coal India.”
Tech Mahindra said it is focused on leveraging next gen technologies to cater to the customer's evolving and dynamic needs. As a leading digital transformation company, Tech Mahindra claimed it continues to deliver tangible business value and experiences to solve real business problems.