India’s second-largest IT services firm, Infosys, has signed a multi-million euro deal with Deutsche Bank.
Under the terms of the multi- year agreement, Infosys will provide services such as development, application maintenance, digital and mobility, package implementation and testing across the Deutsche Bank Group, Infosys said in a statement.
Mohit Joshi, Infosys executive vice-president and global head of financial services, said: “We look forward to further strengthening our relationship with Deutsche Bank and supporting the bank achieve its goals.”
Bengaluru-based Infosys will also be a strategic partner under Deutsche Bank’s Supplier Partnership Programme.
Kim Hammonds, chief information officer of Deutsche Bank Global, said: “Deutsche Bank is committed to applying innovative technology to enhance its efficiency and services to clients. Working with Infosys will help the bank achieve these goals.”
Deutsche Bank established its first branch in India in 1980 and has over 9,800 employees in the country, operating branches in 16 cities.Tagged: Digital India