Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd and Tech Mahindra signed a contract worth ?400 crore for implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) to support HAL’s ‘Project Parivartan’. “HAL and TM signed a contract worth ?400 crore recently in Bengaluru for implementation of ERP to support HAL’s ‘Project Parivartan’,” read a statement from HAL.
Sujit Baksi, President Corporate Affairs and Business Head Emerging Markets, Tech Mahindra said that this project will serve the Indian Armed Forces in an efficient and effective manner. “This project will transform HALs ERP system, serving the Armed Forces in an efficient and effective manner,” Baksi was quoted as saying in HAL’s statement.
What is Project Parivartan
The ‘Project Parivartan’ is a comprehensive business transformation exercise initiated by HAL through technology enhancement and centralised ERP, said CMD of Bengaluru- headquartered HAL, R Madhavan. The exercise would enable HAL to adopt some of the best practices followed in some of the similar industries globally, he added.
Tech Mahindra would be responsible forthe transformation and modernisationof the ERP System as an implementation and support partner enabling HAL to streamline and standardise its business processes across the organization, it was stated.
As a system integrator, Tech Mahindra would implement Project Parivartan over a period of nine years at a cost of ?400 crore.
“Tech Mahindra will transform the distributed application to a centralised application, for all the 20 divisions and R&D Centers of HAL based on a business transformation engineering process. This includes centralised ERP Turnkey Solution to meet HALs business requirements with implementation of SRM, CRM along with select non-ERP applications”, the statement added.
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