The deal calls for CGI to implement application services projects to support the organizations digital transformation
STOCKHOLM, Sweden—Montreal-based information technology and business process services firm CGI has won an $80-million contract with the Swedish Social Insurance Agency to handle delivery of application development and maintenance services to support its digital transformation.
CGI says the five-year partnership is part of the Social Insurance Office’s objective to establish long-term relationships with a small number of trusted digital transformation partners. The contract includes an option to extend for two years.
The deal calls for CGI to take greater responsibility for overseeing and implementing application services projects, allowing the Social Insurance Agency to focus on its core mission of designing and supporting business processes that provide financial security to its constituents. CGI will draw upon its experience in working with large public authorities within Sweden and globally to provide the agency with the resources and methodology to develop new application approaches, methods and processes that will accelerate the agency’s digital transformation agenda.
CGI Group Inc. is an information technology and business process services firm in the world, with revenue of about $10 billion and approximately 65,000 employees serving thousands of global clients from offices and delivery centers across the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific.