Chrysler outsources parts of IT to Tata

Chrysler, which recently became an independent company after separating from Daimler, has outsourced its IT to Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in "a multi-year contract" worth about $120 million.The automaker is in the process of being remade by CEO Robert Nardelli, who was technology savvy as leader of Home Depot.

Chrysler, which recently became an independent company after separating from Daimler, has outsourced its IT to Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in "a multi-year contract" worth about $120 million. The automaker is in the process of being remade by CEO Robert Nardelli, who was technology savvy as leader of Home Depot. This time around Nardelli appears to be leaning on outsourcing its IT in contrast to his approach at Home Depot.

Under the pact, Tata will provide support, maintenance and services that "will encompass a portion of the functional areas within Chrysler, such as Sales and Marketing and Shared Services."

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