Nuuday Signs a Major Cloud Transformation Deal with TCS

TCS will carry out a complex cloud transformation strategy for Nuuday that will reduce time-to-market and enhance experiences for employees and customers.

Copenhagen | Mumbai, March 14, 2024: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS) has signed an agreement with Nuuday Opens, Denmark’s leading digital connectivity and communications provider, to implement a complex cloud transformation. As part of this multi-million-dollar deal, TCS will migrate Nuuday’s IT infrastructure to the TCS hybrid cloud, paving the way for future transformations.

Nuuday’s move to TCS’ Enterprise Cloud Platform, a next-gen hybrid cloud architecture with built-in tools and accelerators, will reduce time to market for new products and services. It will result in enhanced experiences for customers and employees of Nuuday, which delivers connectivity products and digital services to over 4.1 million Danish homes and 1.8 million businesses. As the strategic technology partner, TCS will help Nuuday realise its objective of becoming a ‘truly digital service provider’ with a modern and secure infrastructure. TCS will host and manage all IT domain services for Nuuday during the transformation. This cloud transformation will enable faster and easier adoption of next-generation technologies.

Monika Gullin, Chief Technology Officer, Nuuday, said, “As the leading digital communications and connectivity provider in Denmark, we need a modernised and autonomous infrastructure estate that can support the increasing demand for the latest digital products and services. We are turning to TCS based on the company’s proven industry experience and successful completion of complex cloud transformation projects in the digital communications sector. This important partnership brings us a modern, automated hybrid cloud service that will help us futureproof our business while ensuring excellent end-user satisfaction.”

A key feature of the transformation is the infrastructure as a service provided by TCS for implementing an innovative hybrid cloud architecture. This cloud architecture gives Nuuday, which has six sub-brands within the company, the ability to split workloads between private and public clouds. TCS will also offer personalised digital workplace services leveraging the TCS Cognix™ platform. Using its contextual knowledge of Nuuday’s applications and infrastructure services, TCS will streamline functions across application and infrastructure domains to drive business agility and scalability. TCS will also host and manage Nuuday’s end-user services. The partnership also entails IT consulting on demand to support Nuuday’s applications.

Vikram Sharma, Country Head, Denmark, TCS, said, “We are proud to be chosen as the strategic technology and infrastructure domain partner for Nuuday, with a responsibility to manage the company’s entire IT infrastructure transformation strategy, including end-user services. With its extensive contextual knowledge, deep domain expertise, and experience in the digital communications sector, TCS is committed to supporting Nuuday’s vision with innovation and new technology in this nationally significant Scandinavian partnership.”

This deal consolidates TCS’ position as a digital transformation partner of choice in the Nordic region, where the IT major has been present for the past 30 years. TCS has been a leader in customer satisfaction in the Nordics and received top customer satisfaction rankings for 14 years in a row in an independent customer survey. There are 20,000 TCSers supporting clients in the region. In Denmark, TCS has also been named a Top Employer since 2014 by the Top Employers Institute.