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Hexaware bags Lufthansa Systems deal

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Bangalore , Sept. 23

HEXAWARE Technologies Ltd has bagged a three-year contract from Lufthansa Systems for providing maintenance services to its check-in, inventory and ticketing applications. The company informed the exchange that the deal includes maintenance of important mainframe-based applications.

"We won the first project from Lufthansa in 2002 and the new project is the third that we have secured from them and comprises multiple applications. This project has allowed us to strengthen our position in the German market," Mr P.K. Sridharan, Executive Director and President (Global Delivery Operations), told Business Line.

For Lufthansa, Hexaware would provide CRM services like passenger reservation, frequent flyer programmes, ticketing applications and other processes related to customer check-ins. The contract is upwards of $5 million, according to sources.

Besides Lufthansa, the software service provider has bagged projects from Air Canada and some Japanese airlines, according to sources.

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