Logica's India arm bags $12-million deal

By siliconindia staff writer   |   Friday, 20 February 2004, 08:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Anglo-Dutch computer services firm LogicaCMG has bagged a five-year contract worth $12 million to manage and support information technology applications for Britannia Airways from its Indian unit.

"The scope of the five-year contract covers management, support and enhancement of over 120 of Britannia Airways' IT applications, which LogicaCMG will deliver out of India," the company said in a statement sent to Reuters on Thursday.

LogicaCMG presently manages the airline's applications, including finance, human resources, engineering, flight scheduling and sales.

"This contract has immense significance... as it affirms Britannia Airways' confidence in LogicaCMG's offshore support and delivery capability for complex IT applications," said Mike Weston, the Bangalore-based chief executive at LogicaCMG Offshore Services, a fully-owned unit of the software company.

Britannia Airways is owned by Germany's TUI AG, Europe's biggest tourism group.

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