HCLTech, a globally renowned technology company, has secured a significant IT contract with Elders, a leading Australian agribusiness, to accelerate digital transformation initiatives within Elders’ operations.
Under this multi-year collaboration, HCLTech will offer cutting-edge managed IT services and a diverse portfolio of IT capabilities to empower Elders. This includes leveraging HCLTech’s AI offerings and other industry-leading technologies. The scope of services provided by HCLTech will encompass application development and management, digital workplace capabilities, infrastructure management, cybersecurity solutions, and data management for Elders.
HCLTech’s distinct portfolio is expected to equip Elders with robust IT capabilities essential to support their entire business operations, facilitating a stable transformation as they adapt to the dynamic agribusiness market. HCL Tech did not reveal financial details of the IT deal with Elders.
Michael Horton, Executive Vice President and Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand at HCLTech, expressed enthusiasm for this partnership, stating, “This is a great endorsement of our capabilities and expertise in cloud migration. By adopting a cloud-first approach, Elders will continue to offer customers and employees an excellent user experience. Further, to support the next phase of Elders’ digital transition, we will continue to provide consistent on-the-ground support from our Adelaide delivery center.”
Scott Placentino, Head of IT Operations at Elders, also spoke about the partnership, saying, “Delivering reliable IT services to our staff across Australia is a key priority. We have had a long and well-respected relationship with HCLTech. They have been integral in supporting our business and our digital transformation journey, so it was a straightforward decision to engage them for our next phase of digital transformation.”
This partnership signifies a significant step forward for Elders in embracing the latest technology trends and innovations, ensuring they remain at the forefront of the rapidly evolving agribusiness sector.