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IT major Tech Mahindra and Huawei on Friday signed a global partnership agreement under which Tech Mahindra will market Huaweis enterprise products and services across 44 countries, including in India.
The alliance would also involve launching a joint go-to-market (GTM) strategy, thus giving a boost to the competitiveness of both companies in the global marketplace, by leveraging each other's core strengths.
"This partnership enables us to implement our unique solutions along with Huawei's innovations and latest ICT infrastructure to bring faster ROI for our customers," Manoj Chugh, President, Enterprise Business at Tech Mahindra, said in a statement.
"That is to help our global enterprise customers be better positioned in their journey towards digital transformation. As specialists in our respective domain, we now work together to present competitive solutions for the global enterprise market," added Derek Hao, President, Enterprise Business Group, Huawei India.
The platforms and solutions are in areas of Internet of Things (IoT) such as connect care, connected cars and connected factories, and solutions in areas of utilities such as smart cities, smart metering and smart grids.
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