Deutsche Telekom announced it has secured the extension contract to manage Royal Dutch Shell’s data centers for another five years.
Under the extension agreement T-System will continue to provide computing service and data center infrastructure services. Shell has implemented SAP services to adapt use of communication and information technology to boost efficiency and reduce cost. In previous contract T-Systems implemented global delivery team to ensure robust IT environment round the clock. T-Systems have appointed some 900 highly skilled specialists to cater the high service commitments to Shell.
Member of Deutsche Telekom Board of Management and Chief Executive Officer Reinhard Clemens said, “We are pleased that Shell has renewed its contract with T-Systems. I thank Shell for their confidence in us. T-Systems is a truly international service provider with a broad spectrum of secure cloud computing services.” Deutsche Telekom aims to strengthen its growth with cloud services over the next few years. According to analysts Telekom is ahead of the field with managed clouds for corporate customers.
T-System is Deutsche Telekom’s corporate customer arm headquartered in Frankfurt. T-Systems
provide information and ICT (Communication technology) for multinational corporations and public intuitions. T-Systems serve all sized industries from telecom industry to automotive industry.
In 2011 T-Systems generated revenue of around EUR 9.2 billion.
About Deutsche Telekom:
DTAG (Deutsche Telekom) is a German telecommunication company based in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. German Government holds 15% stake and another 17% by Government bank. DTAG provides mobile communication, IPTV products, Internet, Fixed network products and services to its customers. DTAG operates around 50 countries and has over 230, 000 employees wordwide.