Tech Mahindra bags smart city project from Pune's Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation

'The first year will be for the roll-out of the project. After that, we will have another five years for maintenance,' Tech Mahindra Head of India Sales Puneet Gupta.

Published: 12th December 2019 03:25 PM  |   Last Updated: 12th December 2019 03:25 PM   |  A+A-

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NEW DELHI: IT company Tech Mahindra on Thursday said it has bagged a smart city project worth Rs 500 crore from Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) in Pune.

Through this project, Tech Mahindra will engage with more than 15 lakh citizens of PCMC in Pune district by enabling the technology-led transformation to convert it into a smart and sustainable city.

"Our association with PCMC outlines Tech Mahindra's TechMNxt strategy to leverage new generation technologies to deliver an enhanced experience to our customers. It extends our vision of supporting the government's Smart Cities agenda to strengthen nation-building initiatives that will go a long way in building a robust USD 5 trillion Indian economies," Sujit Baksi, Head APAC Business and President Corporate Affairs, Tech Mahindra, said here.

As part of the project, Tech Mahindra will provide ICT (Information and Communication Tehcnology) infrastructure, comprising of technological solutions including city network, smart water, smart sewerage, smart traffic, smart parking, smart environment, CCTV surveillance, data centre and disaster recovery centre etc.

"The first year will be for the roll-out of the project. After that, we will have another five years for maintenance," Tech Mahindra Head of India Sales Puneet Gupta.

The company would also help in enabling real-time data management, alerts, and information processing to support the city's administration. Tech Mahindra also has smart city projects in Kanpur, Gandhinagar, Nashik and Jaipur in its portfolio.


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