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BP signs application services modernization MoU with Infosys

Infosys and BP have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The agreement, signed on May 10th, is a demonstration of intent for Infosys to become BP’s main partner for comprehensive application services, including development, modernization, management, and maintenance.

As BP is forging a path to transform itself into an integrated energy company, it is setting ambitious goals – to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 or sooner and to facilitate the world’s progress towards the same goal. The partnership is expected to focus on modernizing bp’s application landscape to bolster business resilience, derive value from operational efficiencies, and construct more adaptive and agile processes to accelerate innovation.

This engagement further strengthens the long-standing relationship spanning over two decades, between the two companies.

[Image courtesy: BP]

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