IT services provider Infosys has won a deal from automotive transport and logistics provider GEFCO to support its digital transformation over the next five years.
Jean-Luc Galzi is the executive vice president – Information Systems at GEFCO. Jean-Luc joined GEFCO in 2018, bringing in over 30 years of experience and expertise in designing and managing IT transformation for many international companies.
Jean-Luc Galzi, CIO of GEFCO, said, “We are pleased to begin our digital transformation journey with Infosys. Digital innovation in the supply chain sector is key and our new partnership will help strengthen GEFCO’s expertise and bring value to our customers.”
Infosys did not reveal financial details of the digital transformation deal. Infosys said in a statement on Monday that the IT company would help transform GEFCO’s next-generation business application management services.
Infosys would leverage its Live Enterprise Suite to help GEFCO evolve into a Digital Native organisation. Infosys said this will enable new supply chain capabilities to extract and process information in real-time and generate purposeful insights with very low latency to help GEFCO respond intelligently and effectively across the value chain.
GEFCO, a world leader in multimodal supply-chain solutions and the European leader in automotive logistics, has 15,000-strong workforce. GEFCO designs flexible solutions to meet the most complex supply-chain challenges in every industry sector. Present in 47 countries, with an integrated global network, GEFCO serves 300 destinations worldwide. In 2018, the Group generated revenues of €4.6 billion.
Karmesh Vaswani, EVP and Global Head for Retail CPG & Logistics, Infosys, said: “We have a shared vision on the ‘Art of Possible’ and will apply our Live Enterprise approach to help scale new performance thresholds and further enhance the market leadership of GEFCO.”