AMSTERDAM | BANGALORE, India | WILLEBROEK, Belgium – Dec. 15, 2022 – Wipro Limited (NYSE: WIT, BSE: 507685, NSE: WIPRO), a leading technology services and consulting company, has announced that it has been selected by Mazda Motor Logistics Europe to deliver next generation managed services for its entire application landscape.
Mazda is currently transforming itself into a more centralized organization with harmonized business processes and standardized business capabilities, resulting in reduced cost and complexity. This strategic relationship with Wipro will help industrialize Mazda IT, digitize processes, and further enable agile DevOps ways of working while infusing state-of-the-art tools to drive automation.
Alex Janssens, Vice President, IT & Supply Logistics, Mazda Motor Logistics, Europe said, "Mazda was looking for a partner that was culturally aligned and understood our application landscape complexity, operational nuances and business imperatives. Wipro stood out in the selection process for its best-in-class capabilities and credentials in the automotive industry, blended with a high-performance Agile, DevOps operating model and a robust automation platform to drive efficiency in Mazda’s IT operations.”
According to Sarat Chand, Vice President & Managing Director, Benelux, Wipro Limited, "This significant win is recognition of our relentless pursuit to partner with our clients in progressing their transformation agendas. Wipro will implement a high-performance operating model with new ways of working, integrating support and development functions, enabled by Wipro’s assets and IPs to accelerate value-realization for Mazda to help achieve its 2030 vision. In addition, this win is also a validation of Wipro’s focus on Belgium as a key growth market and our ambition to be a partner of choice in the Belgian market.”
Mazda is a Japanese multinational automaker based in Hiroshima, Japan. In 2021, Mazda produced about 1.17 million vehicles for global sales. Starting full-scale exports to the European continent in 1967, Mazda sold a total number of 189,738 vehicles in Europe in 2021. Mazda’s presence in the EU consists of its regional headquarters in Leverkusen (Germany), a Research & Design centre in Oberursel (Germany), and a logistics facility in Willebroek (Belgium) as well as national sales companies in almost all EU markets. Even without having a production facility in the EU, Mazda is the employer of more than 1,500 people across Europe and has a large network of European suppliers and business partners to ensure European customers receive their cars and parts as quickly and efficiently as possible.
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