TCS To Manage IT At CSIA
Mumbai International Airport (MIAL) has signed a memorandum of understating (MoU) with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) for IT consultancy services and the implementation and management of the entire technology backbone at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA).
The five year deal with TCS comes in as a part of MIAL’s effort to upgrade CSIA to international standards by revitalizing it’s IT. The scope of services provided by TCS will cover the entire airport value chain from operations to services.
Commenting on the initiative, G V Krishna Reddy, chairman, MIAL said, "Our vision is to make CSIA a global benchmark and provide an excellent experience for travellers. By partnering TCS we wish to introduce the best technology solutions which will significantly enhance the operational efficiency and service standards at CSIA."
Regarded to be the busiest airport in the country, the annual passenger traffic at CSIA is expected to reach 28 million by 2010. In a bid to keep up with the growing influx of people and provide a world-class airport to the city of Mumbai, MIAL has kicked off this initiative which will create a technology driven business environment and infuse efficiencies.
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