Tech Mahindra partners with Freemans Grattan Holdings to build the next generation retail platform

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Tech Mahindra, a leading provider of digital transformation, consultancy, and business re-engineering services and solutions, today announced that it has been selected as the technology and digital transformation partner for Freemans Grattan Holdings (FGH).

Freemans Grattan Holdings is a subsidiary of the Otto Group, one of the world’s leading home shopping conglomerates and the owner of well-known brands like Freemans and

Tech Mahindra will assist FGH in implementing its 4D strategy, which includes a distinct retail offer, dynamic financial services, digital-first, and operational efficiency. FGH will benefit from this five-year partnership by reducing technical debt and migrating its entire infrastructure and application portfolio to current cloud-based platforms.

“Retailers are focusing on improving their customer experience through digital transformation as technology is fuelling a massive shift in the industry. Shopping experience is an increasing point of focus within the retail sector since the pandemic. Tech Mahindra will support FGH in its journey to build the next generation retail platform by delivering emerging technologies and solutions that enable an improved experience for all its customers through our NXT.NOWTM framework. Our partnership with FGH is a huge step in our continued journey towards bringing NexGen digital transformation solutions and service offerings across UK,”

Jinender Jain, Senior Vice President & Sales Head, UK&I at Tech Mahindra, said.

Tech Mahindra will work with FGH to streamline front and back-office platforms for automated operations and improve customer experience by optimizing, simplifying, and standardizing business processes.

“Over the last two years we have been on quite a journey to re-imagine our offer and how this is executed – all with the ambition of becoming the digital department store of choice. From a customer perspective, they have seen a brand-new look and feel across our trading brands and a revitalised and strengthen product offering. We’ve also introduced several exclusive partnerships such as Henry Holland, Julien Macdonald, and Abigail Ahern. This strategy is already paying dividends as we continue to grow ahead of the market. Digital transformation is the next complimentary steppingstone in our growth strategy and will allow us to be both reactive and resilient. We believe in partnering with Tech Mahindra we have mitigated significant risk associated with technology debt, but most importantly, set ourselves up for future success by including wholesale technology and business transformation into to scope of the contract,”

Gary Ellwood, CIO at Freemans Grattan Holdings, said.

FGH and Tech Mahindra will work together to improve the overall customer experience by providing customer information, hyper-personalization, seamless credit services, and simplified operations using a MACH (Microservices, API, Cloud, Headless) architecture. FGH and Tech Mahindra will deploy retail solutions that support the whole retail lifecycle of the plan, buy, move, and sell, including assortment planning, demand forecasting, merchandising, and the digital supply chain.

Tech Mahindra has greatly increased its position in the UK&I retail & CPG industry over the last two to three years by securing a total of five partnerships. This is due to its expertise in developing digital cloud-native applications, front-office transformation, digital CRM solutions for retail, direct to consumer, customization, and other areas.

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