CGI, Shell Enter App Services Agreement; Tim Gregory Comments

data ServersCGI Group has signed a five-year deal with Shell to provide technical and application services to the energy company for its upstream and downstream activities.

Shell’s information technology and CGI will work to deploy applications for subsurface, wells, engineering and project delivery operations, CGI said Thursday.

Tim Gregory, CGI president of U.K. operations and executive sponsor of the company’s alliance with Shell, said CGI aims to help Shell use technology to further grow its industry presence.

CGI will perform support work from its locations in the U.K., North America, India and the Netherlands and will co-locate in places where Shell asks for technical assistance.

The companies have worked together for more than 15 years.

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