To provide IT infrastructure and services for the airport
Wipro and Delhi International Airport (DIAL), have entered into a 10 year total outsourcing agreement to provide IT infrastructure and services for Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA), New Delhi.
Under the agreement, Wipro will be responsible for complete IT management in the airport’s new integrated terminal (T3) for 10 years and will deliver Airport IT operations.
The scope includes airport specific applications, data center, networks, security and surveillance systems and end user systems. Additionally, the company will be responsible for managing a host of intelligent systems including building management systems, access control, public address, and telephony.
The parties signed an agreement to form a joint venture which would be named Wipro Airport IT Services. Wipro will hold 74% in the JV and DIAL will hold 26% stake. The agreement was signed by PS Nair, CEO of DIAL and Anand Sankaran, senior vice-president and business head of India and Middle East at Wipro.
Anand Sankaran, senior vice president and business head of India & Middle East at Wipro, said: “We are honored to be part of this prestigious project. We plan to deploy IT systems and services that are extremely robust, scalable and flexible, and in keeping with global best practices in airport management. Our aim is to enable transformation of airport operations to bring in enhanced efficiency and customer satisfaction.”