New Jersey, USA – Bangalore, India: FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) has partnered with Wipro to set up its first global digital hub in India.
This global digital hub will support FCA’s ICT operations to focus on delivering premium mobility services. And help the company achieve its goal to enhance customer centricity through digital transformation.
Wipro will set up FCA’s first global digital hub in Hyderabad. As part of this engagement, Wipro will source and build a talent pool of over 1000 skilled consultants and technologists. They will develop capabilities around futuristic technologies for FCA ICT India hub.
The hub will showcase world-class high-performance engineering skills and digital best practices. FCA ICT India will be built from the ground up to meet FCA’s specific needs and growth agenda in the region.
Wipro’s global expertise in the automobile sector will enable FCA to acquire the best talent and achieve digital transformation at scale.
The automotive industry needs a robust digital infrastructure that will accelerate the pace of innovation and change it is currently experiencing, according to Ashish Saxena, Head of Manufacturing – Wipro.
“We are thrilled to partner with FCA and bring a collaborative operating model that will allow them to build customized digital solutions for their customers,” said Saxena.
“We will help catalyze FCA’s transformation and innovation by leveraging our global technology partnerships, in-house IPs and accelerators in the automobile sector. This alliance will create new career opportunities in Hyderabad,” he added.
“This partnership will help us leverage Wipro’s global IT expertise to develop new-age mobility solutions and services,” said Karim Lalani, Head, FCA ICT India.
“Wipro will serve as a strategic technology services partner to build a high-performance digital engineering team that closely maps our needs to innovate and enhance our customers’ experience,” added Lalani.
FCA ICT India will enable Wipro to provide solutions towards operational challenges to ensure productivity remains unaffected.