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Monday 07 June 2021

CGI extends relationship with Shell

CGI logoIt was over a decade ago that Logica signed a ten-year, €300m (£250m) contract with Shell to deliver the oil & gas company’s Commercial Fleet fuel cards programme. Initially, the company took over Shel’s inhouse system, before developing a replacement. At the time, Logica executives expressed their pleasure at beating Accenture to the prize.

Of course, Logica was acquired by CGI the following year (see Logica to be acquired by CGI). Now, CGI has extended the long-term relationship for a further five years. Under the new arrangement, valued at CAD$200m or c£116m, CGI will support Shell to grow its Fleet Solutions business. It will continue to modernise Shell’s end-to-end mobility management and fuel payment platform to grow and enhance the customer experience. The platform currently processes mor than 250 million transactions per year and provides fleet and mobility managers with a one-stop digital portal.

Over the term of the new arrangement, CGI will work closely to develop and launch new innovative services for Shell’s customers and support its client as it develops its IT roadmap appropriately to meet customer and industry needs within fast-changing energy market.

The announcement of this contract extension will help raise the profile of CGI’s capabilities and solutions for the energy market. The company has an array of IP supporting its energy market proposition, ranging from CGI PetroComp Suite (an oil and gas accounting system) to CGI Prodis (a suit of commercial management solutions covering the oil and gas supply chain) to LANDMan (management of land and associated assets for upstream).

Posted by: Georgina O'Toole at 09:10

Tags: contract   energy   oil&gas  

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