CGI to help modernise and expand Shell Fleet Solutions
CGI, among the largest independent IT and business consulting services firms in the world, and Shell have extended their long-term partnership, signing a new five-year contract valued in excess of CAD200 million (USD165 million). CGI will help Shell to grow its Fleet Solutions business, by continuing to modernise its end-to-end mobility management and fuel payments platform that currently processes more than 250 million transactions per year. The platform provides fleet and mobility managers with a one-stop digital portal covering a broad range of their needs. CGI will also work closely with Shell to develop and launch new innovative services for its customers and support Shell’s IT roadmap as it adapts to the fast-changing energy market.
“As our business adapts to changing customer and industry needs, during the energy transition, it’s key we continue to be an innovative and agile force in the market,” said Eakbal Singh, CIO Shell Fleet Solutions. “Our continued relationship with CGI enables us to be just that. This agreement provides a blueprint for continuing our collaboration with CGI for the next five years, ensuring we can consistently provide world-class mobility services to our customers globally.”
“We’ve worked closely with Shell for over a decade, and this new contract will continue our relationship with a robust and all-encompassing set of services,” said CGI’s Donna Kelly, senior vice-president, UK. “This will allow us to collectively join up and build our expertise to create the best working model for Shell Fleet Solutions, enabling it to both grow and enhance the customer experience as the energy industry evolves.”