IT systems specialist Kyndryl has announced announced an expanded, multi-year agreement with automaker Stellantis.

Under the agreement, the IT infrastructure firm will manage and operate select essential business operations such as networking, data centre support and local IT services support in Europe, North America and South America.

Building on the agreement announced in February 2023, Kyndryl will contribute to modernising Stellantis’ IT infrastructure, enabling the automaker to access a wider range of skilled technical resources and rebalance internal skills to enhance its focus on digital, cyber security, new business models and customer-centric solutions.

Gilles Feuntun, Vice President of Global Technology and Operations, Stellantis said: “We are delighted to expand our partnership with Kyndryl to leverage the power of digital technologies and create value for society at large.”

Angelo Cirocco, Managing Partner, Kyndryl said: “Our collaboration is based on a shared vision of digital transformation and innovation, leveraging Kyndryl’s global scale, industry knowledge and technology expertise to help Stellantis achieve its strategic goals and ambitions.”

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