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Wipro in 3-year deal with Japan's ANA

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Wipro announced that they have won a three-year outsourcing contract from All

Nippon Airways (ANA).

Through the partnership, Wipro would deliver materials management system to

ANA that would help it to manage the parts life cycle. The system would

strengthen regulatory compliance, predict parts demand better and help manage

inventory levels.

The new materials management system would be built in scalable, flexible

platform. This would help ANA increase its cost competitiveness, improve the

quality of its aircraft part maintenance business and improve asset management.

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Wipro would manage the complete program, delivering services such as

application development, program management and vendor management thereby

enabling ANA to gain a sustainable competitive advantage.

Takanori Yukishige, SVP-Information Technology Services, ANA said, “ We are

starting a new journey and this program would set a benchmark for our future way

of doing business.”

He added that they look forward to further leveraging their partnership with

Wipro to gain competitive advantage.

Anurag Seth, VP and Global Head-Transportation Vertical, Wipro Technologies,

said, “This partnership with ANA is a reflection of their experience and

capability in the airline MRO space and this strengthens our position as a

leader in providing transformation solutions to the airlines industry globally.”

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