Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL) signed a ₹400-crore contract with Tech Mahindra for its ‘Project Parivartan,’ a complete, enterprise transformation train it began by way of expertise enhancement and centralised enterprise useful resource planning (ERP), stated the central PSU in a regulatory submitting on Wednesday.
As per the contract, Tech Mahindra will probably be accountable for the transformation and modernisation of HAL’s ERP system as an implementation and help associate enabling the PSU to streamline and standardise its enterprise processes throughout the organisation. As a system integrator, Tech Mahindra will implement ‘Project Parivartan’ over a interval of 9 years at a price of ₹400 crore.
The expertise agency will rework the distributed utility to a centralised utility, for all of the 20 divisions and R&D centres of HAL throughout the nation. This features a centralised ERP turnkey resolution to fulfill HAL’s enterprise necessities with implementation of SRM, CRM alongside with choose non-ERP purposes, as per the submitting.
“This mission will rework HAL’s ERP system, serving the armed forces in an environment friendly and efficient method,’’ stated Sujit Baksi, president, company affairs and enterprise head, rising markets, Tech Mahindra.
The contract was signed by Dibyendu Maiti, government director (company planning), HAL and Prashanth S, group competency head, Tech Mahindra, within the presence of R. Madhavan, CMD, HAL, in Bengaluru.