GM IT transformation employee

GM and HP team up on IT

General Motors and Hewlett-Packard have signed a set of multi-year project services and software contracts to help accelerate GM's ongoing IT transformation efforts.

After announcing the opening of the second of four IT Innovation Centers earlier this month, General Motors has now signed agreements with Hewlett-Packard, one of the nation's largest technology providers, for multiple services and software contracts to accelerate GM's IT transformation.

The agreements will provide GM with cost-neutral solutions and include about 3,000 HP employees transitioning onto GM's employment rolls. It's all a part of GM's plans to deliver seamless, global services and products through its operations.

“These agreements with HP will enable us to accelerate the progress of our IT transformation by delivering increased innovation and speed of delivery to our GM business partners, and reduce the cost of ongoing IT operations,” said GM Chief Information Officer Randy Mott.


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