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L&T Technology Services signe un accord de plusieurs millions de dollars avec une entreprise mondiale de semi-conducteurs

L&T Technology Services, fournisseur mondial de premier rang de solutions d’ingénierie numérique, vient d’annoncer la signature d’un contrat pluriannuel de plusieurs millions de dollars avec une grande entreprise mondiale de semi-conducteurs pour l’accompagner dans le contrôle de son vaste portefeuille de services et de produits. Cette alliance stratégique entre les deux sociétés permettra au client de diversifier son offre et de capitaliser sur les opportunités du marché grâce à l’offre de produits de qualité supérieure.

« Les efforts entrepris par L&T Technology Services auprès de ses principaux clients portent leurs fruits. Nous venons de remporter un partenariat pluriannuel avec l’une des entreprises technologiques les plus respectées au monde. Nous continuerons de prodiguer des services et des solutions de pointe à nos clients à travers le monde », a déclaré Dr Keshab Panda, Président-directeur général de L&T Technology Services.

Depuis toujours, L&T Technology Services continue de promouvoir une forte culture d’innovation, encourageant la curiosité envers les nouvelles technologies, et collabore avec ses clients et partenaires pour développer des séries innovantes de brevets technologiques. Grâce à son palmarès de développement de solutions modernes et l’élaboration de produits de technologie avancée, L&T Technology Services s’engage à proposer des technologies de pointe à tous ses clients.

À propos de L&T Technology Services Limited :

L&T Technology Services Limited est une filiale de Larsen & Toubro Limited spécialisée dans les services de R&D en ingénierie. Ses clients à travers le monde comprennent de nombreuses entreprises figurant dans le classement Fortune 500. Nous proposons des services d’ER&D aux entreprises de production, de technologie, et d’ingénierie des processus, et les accompagnons dans le développement et la production des produits, processus et infrastructure nécessaires à la distribution de produits et services auprès de leurs clients finaux. Nous offrons des solutions de conception et développement couvrant l’ensemble de la chaîne de développement à de nombreux secteurs d’activité comme les produits industriels, dispositifs médicaux, transports, télécommunications et haute technologie, et industrie des processus. L’entreprise propose également des services et solutions dans les domaines des services d’ingénierie mécanique et de production, des systèmes intégrés, d’ingénierie informatique et d’ingénierie des processus. En matière de « nouvelles » technologies, nous offrons des solutions et services dans les secteurs de gestion du cycle de vie des produits, d’analyse technique, d’électronique de puissance, de connectivité M2M et d’« Internet des objets » (IoT).

Grâce à un savoir-faire pluridisciplinaire des secteurs industriels et une présence multisectorielle, nous aidons nos clients à se positionner à travers la valorisation de l’ingénierie de produits, processus et services existants. L&T Technology Services Limited a son siège social en Inde et comptait 9 406 salariés, 12 centres de services mondiaux en Inde et à l’étranger, 27 bureaux de vente en Inde, Amérique du Nord, Europe, Moyen-Orient et Asie, et 31 laboratoires en Inde au 31 mars 2016. Pour en savoir plus sur L&T Technology Services, consultez www.LntTechservices.com.

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