Noida: HCL Technologies (HCL), a leading global technology company, today announced a multi-year agreement with Fiskars Group, consisting of a family of lifestyle brands including Fiskars, Gerber, Iittala, Royal Copenhagen, Waterford and Wedgwood.
Fiskars Group is partnering with HCL to enable meeting their strategic objectives and to drive their digital transformation initiatives for an immersive omnichannel experience for their end customers and consumers. HCL as a partner will enable Fiskars to standardize and harmonize their IT and business processes, drive operating model transformation and increase overall digital maturity.
“We have our heritage and strong shared values that guide us as we seek sustainable growth in the ever-changing consumer goods business environment. We are excited about the partnership with HCL and believe that with our combined strengths, we can make the everyday extraordinary for our employees and our consumers,” said Peter Holmberg, CDO, Fiskars Group. “We have been undergoing a transformation to be an integrated consumer goods company and meet the changing market needs. In HCL, we have a partner who understands our vision and the direction we are taking and brings to the table experience-centric solutions for our employees and customers along with strong capabilities in driving digital transformation will ensure that we are well placed to achieve our ambitious sustainability mission and constantly improve the digital user journey.”
“We are excited to work with Fiskars Group to help them with their digital transformation initiatives and achieve a coherent and digitally native consumer journey. HCL will leverage our experience and expertise in the consumer goods industry to enable a truly seamless experience for Fiskars,” said Pankaj Tagra, Corporate Vice President and Nordic and DACH Head, HCL Technologies. “Our partnership with Fiskars Group to provide end-to-end IT services is a fantastic endorsement of HCL’s digital transformational capabilities, while further strengthening our presence in Finland and the Nordics.”