Satyam Computer Services has announced the signing of
a multimillion dollar deal (about $8 million) with the
prestigious NBIA-AIMS (New Bangkok International Airport-Airport
Information Management System).
is a part of the consortium ASIS (Airport System Integration
Specialists) led by Siemens, ABB, ABB Airport Technologies,
and Samart (a Thailand-based company), which has bagged
order was won through a global tender for design, development
and integrating the state-of-the-art airport information
management systems planned for NBIA as the Suvarnabhumi
airport is expected to be operational by September 2005
and is expected to be the largest in ASEAN. The first
phase of the contract for the consortium members involves
design and development of the core and operational systems
to be followed by the development of business and administration
systems. The prestigious contract was won against intense
global competition after stringent evaluation.
Satyam senior vice-president and head (Asia Pacific operations)
Virender Aggarwal: "This assignment fortifies Satyam''s
leadership in the Asia Pacific region. Satyam sees tremendous
dynamism in Thailand with the kingdom''s recent focus on
knowledge and service industries. Thailand shall continue
to be a key focus market for Satyam and this mega win
shall further strengthen our commitment to the Thailand
market. Satyam already has a strong customer base in Thailand
with global and local customers like GE, GM, and IEC Thailand."
shall be primarily responsible for integrating the various
systems using the Web methods integration platform and
also for the design and development of the Information
Kiosk for the entire airport. The complete range of systems
is expected to be deployed before June 2005.