Wipro signs contract with Australia-based Oil and Gas Company, Woodside

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Leading global information technology, consulting, and business process services company, Wipro, has been awarded a three-year IT infrastructure services and digital transformation contract by Woodside. Woodside is an Australian oil and gas company with global footprints.

As per the deal, Wipro will offer Managed Services for IT Infrastructure across Woodside’s global portfolio, with a focus on the larger sites of Perth and Karratha in Australia. The engagement includes delivering infrastructure services to offshore maritime facilities and potential exploration sites.

Anand Padmanabhan, President – Energy, Natural Resources and Utilities & Construction SBU, Wipro Ltd. Stated:  “We are excited about our deal with Woodside and are confident that our functional excellence and industry expertise along with our digital transformation capabilities will successfully support Woodside’s business objectives. We look forward to building this relationship and co-innovating with Woodside.”

Backed by deep domain experience in Oil & Gas, Wipro will also support Woodside with the digital transformation of its upstream operations.

“We have been in Australia for almost 15 years now and are a trusted provider to leading Australian companies in their pursuit of agility, efficiency and digitisation. This win is a realisation of our strategy of investing in major resource basins globally with a view to be closer to our clients and combining it with our extensive oil and gas experience, strong IT infrastructure services & Digital transformation capability and leadership position in Australian market,” opined Manoj Nagpaul, Chief Sales and Operations Officer, Asia-Pacific & Japan, Wipro Ltd.

Wipro started working with customers in Australia since 2002.  Today, Wipro has a presence in all major Australian cities – Sydney, Melbourne, Newcastle, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and Canberra. The company works with 55+ customers across diverse industry sectors such as Banking, Insurance, Mining, Telecom, Energy, Government, Retail and Consumer Packaged Goods in Australia.

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