Global technology company HCL has secured a five-year IT infrastructure and application services contract with EDF Luminus, a Belgium-based electricity producer and energy supplier.
Under the contract, HCL will help EDF Luminus transform and modernise its IT infrastructure, applications landscape and will migrate its SAP portfolio to a public Cloud environment.
HCL Technologies UK Ireland, France and Benelux, ITO executive vice-president Sandeep Saxena said: “HCL is delighted to have been chosen as EDF Luminus’ transformation partner, which is another great endorsement of our drive to help clients lay the foundations of a successful digital enterprise.
“The transformation roadmap we have laid out for EDF Luminus will enable it to become a true digital enterprise, supported by best-in-class technology and IT services delivery.
“Furthermore, by leveraging automation and AI, we will further enable EDF Luminus to provide better services to its clients and achieve its business goals.”
In addition to migrating all EDF Luminus’ SAP applications to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud, HCL will also provide integrated Cloud and Data Center services, non-SAP Application management, including end-to-end network and security services and service integration and management (SIAM).
A subsidiary of EDF, EDF Luminus has an installed capacity of 2,033MW, according to January 2018 figures, and has more than 30 sites in Flanders and Wallonia.
It is reported to be the second largest electricity producer and supplier of Belgium.