Published: January 13, 2009
WNS Renews Multi-Year Contract With SITA
Leading BPO Provider to Enhance Supply Chain Management and Customer Service for Global Specialist in Air Transport Communication and IT Solutions
WNS (Holdings) Limited (NYSE: WNS), a leading
provider of global business process outsourcing (BPO) services, today
announced the signing of a five year contract with SITA, the world's
leading specialist in air transport communication and information
technology (IT) solutions.
The new contract is a renewal of WNS' existing six-year agreement with
SITA. WNS will continue to optimize supply chain management and enhance
service levels for SITA, which operates in more than 140 countries.
Dave Bakker, SVP Customer Services and Operations, SITA, said, "This
renewal is an affirmation of our relationship with WNS, who have worked
closely with us to improve the quality of service and reduce our process
costs. With their extensive domain knowledge and experience, WNS also
supports our services development strategy. Under this contract, we will be
looking forward to exploring further opportunities for collaboration and
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