Under the deal, DXC says it will provide support for Transpower’s critical and enterprise systems, “delivering continuous improvements and unlocking opportunities for innovation, while reducing costs over time”.
Transpower owns and operates New Zealand's national grid and is responsible for supplying electricity to cities, towns and industrial users across the country.
They also connect with smaller electrical producers that package and deliver power to the doorsteps of New Zealand’s homes and businesses.
“DXC is delighted to collaborate with Transpower as a trusted partner. DXC is committed to delivering continuous improvements and unlocking opportunities for innovation, while reducing costs over time,” said Richard James, practice director, DXC Red Rock.
“This renewal demonstrates the strength of DXC’s applications capabilities across the Enterprise Technology Stack.”
Transpower manages New Zealand’s power system 24/7 and says “it is critical that systems are stable, secure and performant”.
“DXC’s Managed Services for Oracle will be designed with the flexibility required to grow with Transpower’s evolving organisational needs,” said DXC.