Dassault Aviation and Incat’s parent company, Tata Technologies, have signed a memorandum of understanding for ESO services.
Under the terms of the MoU, Incat, a global provider of engineering services outsourcing (ESO), will provide Dassault Aviation with engineering services in a number of critical domains, in support of the Indian Air Force MMRCA program, which involves significant offset requirements.
Utilizing Incat’s global delivery model, the services will be delivered largely from the recently established Incat HAL Aerostructures (IHAL) dedicated aerospace engineering services centre in Bangalore, India, and backed up by Incat’s delivery teams in France and the US.
Incat, is a provider of engineering services outsourcing and Enterprise IT Services for the manufacturing industry and delivers services for Product Lifecycle Management, Enterprise Resource Management and Application Development and Maintenance to the automotive, aerospace and durable goods manufacturers and their suppliers.
Eric Trappier, executive vice president international of Dassault Aviation, said: It is essential to find partners with the right expertise and experience in both aerospace engineering and working in India. Incat and Tata Technologies have proven credentials in both these areas.
Lokesh Srivastava, CEO of IHAL, said: This MoU marks a significant milestone since the formation of IHAL and is a sure sign of the solid demand for our services.