CGI Group Inc. (TSX: GIB.A; NYSE: GIB), a leading provider of information technology (IT) and business process services, and Bombardier Aerospace, today announced the signing of a renewed and expanded IT outsourcing contract. The five-year contract is valued at approximately US$160 million.
CGI will be responsible for delivering various types of IT infrastructure services to Bombardier Aerospace, including end-user device support, service desk, telephony and local area network. CGI is also responsible for Canadian legacy application support.
“Our global delivery model will enable us to deliver uniform and optimized services in Bombardier’s offices in several countries and help them achieve their specific business objectives,” said Doug McCuaig, President, Canada, CGI. We look forward to continuing to provide Bombardier with the solutions and services that enable them to thrive in the global marketplace.”
“CGI and Bombardier are longstanding partners,” said Jean Pierre Bourbonnais, Vice President Information Technologies and Chief Information Officer, Bombardier Aerospace. “CGI’s focus on quality, reliability and flexibility will allow us to rapidly adjust our IT capability to serve our clients worldwide.”
Founded in 1976, CGI Group Inc. is one of the largest independent information technology and business process services firms in the world. CGI and its affiliated companies employ approximately 31,000 professionals. CGI provides end-to-end IT and business process services to clients worldwide from offices and centers of excellence in Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia Pacific. CGI’s order backlog is approximately C$13.6 billion and its annualized revenue is approximately C$4.5 billion. CGI shares are listed on the TSX (GIB.A) and the NYSE (GIB) and are included in both, the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and the FTSE4Good Index. Website: www.cgi.com.
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