General Motors has renewed its contract with Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services for the supply of technology infrastructure services across the company, including those supporting its product development, manufacturing and supply chain operations.
As part of the contract, which is valued at more than $2 billion, HP will provide network and systems integration services for GM's global operations.
We will continue to provide comprehensive applications management and development and infrastructure across the spectrum of GM's supply chain systems, focused on meeting GM's business needs going forward,” HP spokesman Eric Kreuger told Automotive Logistics News.
Among the services HP will also manage GM’s mainframe services across its major business systems, including those underpinning financial transactions and supply chain operations.
“The automotive industry is in the midst of a transformation and GM’s technology infrastructure needs to be hitting on all cylinders to take full advantage of the potential market opportunities,” said Tom Iannotti, senior vice president and general manager, HP Enterprise Services.”
GM declined to comment on the renewed contract.