Under the terms of the agreement, Infosys will provide services like be-spoke development, application maintenance services, digital and mobility, package implementation, and testing services, to the bank.
It “will also be a strategic partner under Deutsche Bank’s Supplier Partnership Program,” the Bangalore-based company said.
Deutsche Bank’s Supplier Partnership Program was launched in June 2014 to concentrate the most strategic vendors based on business impact across all categories of the bank.
Infosys is now headed by Vishal Sikka, a veteran of Germany-based software giant SAP. Under Sikka, the company is trying to reorient itself to think more in terms of ‘finding problems’ instead of just finding solutions to problems that clients approach it with.