Infosys has been selected by Proximus to implement Excite – a business transformation programme aimed at delivering superior digital customer experiences for its enterprise clients. The multi-year program will strengthen Proximus’ leadership in the professional services market by replacing legacy IT systems, streamlining processes and deploying advanced tools for quoting, selling, ordering, billing, invoicing and more.
As part of this programme, Infosys has been entrusted with the joint overall responsibility and ownership of the Greenfield Excite programme, which includes simplifying and remodelling the company’s portfolio of products for the professional services market, realigning business processes and organisation around it, and digitising business transactions. To achieve this, the programme will consolidate more than 40 legacy IT systems into six new robust platforms to enable better product lifecycle management.
Geert Goethals, Chief Information Officer, Proximus, said, “We are committed to our programme Excite that will transform the way we sell professional services to our enterprise clients. Through Excite we expect to establish greater agility, collaboration and bring in superior quality and efficiency in the way IT and business interacts. As part of this initiative, we have entrusted the co-responsibility of transforming our IT systems to Infosys, as our teams work together to deliver objectives of this programme over the next years.”
Rajesh Krishnamurthy, President and Head of Energy, Utilities, Telecommunications and Services, Infosys, added, “We are pleased to be a part of Proximus’ journey of becoming a digital services provider. Companies need to continuously deliver more value and superior experiences to its customers, and the same applies for the telecommunications industry especially given the highly competitive nature of its business. Through this programme, Infosys will be leveraging its core capabilities and expertise across its service offerings to help Proxmius simplify and digitise its processes, while streamlining its product offerings and driving efficiencies.”
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