Wipro Arabia wins $100 million outsourcing deal from Saudi airline

Tippu, Sufia
January 2008
Red Herring;1/21/2008, p9
Trade Publication
This article announces that Wipro Arabia has secured a $100 million next-generation information technology (IT) infrastructure contract from Saudi Arabian Airlines. The airline's ongoing privatization program include an extensive business transformation that aims to create an innovative master plan for overhauling its IT infrastructure. Khalid Almolhem of Saudi Arabian Airlines says establishing a customer centric organization culture and systems are important to the airline.


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