PwC’s Indian unit bags four new global contract worth $200m

PwC’s Indian unit bags four new global contract worth $200m

Author | NULL | Monday, Jan 01,1900 10:19 AM

PwC’s Indian unit bags four new global contract worth $200m

The Indian solutions delivery centre (i-SDC) of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has bagged four new global contracts worth more than $200 million from Cadbury Schweppes, Conoco, British Gas and Anheuser Busch.

According to the company sources, the size of each of these projects would be in excess of $50 million. PwC global has around 500 people in the different SDCs across the globe, out of which, 250 are in India (Kolkata) alone.

The centre's international private leased line allows i-SDC to work on the client's server. PwC India also happens to be the biggest contributor to PwC Global's Nestle GLOBE project.

The project is currently in the design and construction phase of a global template, which will be used to guide implementation in respective Nestle markets. Around 500 people were working on the Nestle project, including 350 from the client’s side.

The Cadbury Schweppes', "PROBE" project is designed to re-engineer the company's business processes and systems across all business units in order to enable a "step change" in efficiency and sales growth. New business processes designed under PROBE will e-enable the company and will be knowledge centric.

In the domestic market i-SDC has bagged the Bajaj Auto and Gujarat Gas orders. At present, i-SDC is working on 12 projects.

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