LONDON, December 14, 2023 — Kyndryl (NYSE: KD), the world’s largest IT infrastructure services provider, has successfully been awarded the contract to provide managed mainframe services on the zCloud.
This will be a two-year contract during which Kyndryl’s zCloud services will provide business continuity services for the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA).
Technology to Enhance DVLA Customer Service and Operational Efficiency
With the rising demand for digitalization and seamless customer service, DVLA has an ongoing program to modernize its existing systems.
Continuity of mainframe services during this transformation will be critical to its success. By harnessing Kyndryl’s mainframe modernization capabilities, the DVLA will be able to maintain outstanding service levels to UK citizens, while navigating the transformation journey.
Kyndryl’s contribution will be transformative to how customers use the DVLA’s services in the future, by enabling the DVLA to securely pivot in line with future technology advances.
“Kyndryl is honored to be able to continue our successful collaboration with the DVLA. By collaborating to achieve successful business transformation and continuity, we’re proud to help the DVLA with its goals of becoming a dynamic digital organization and a great place to work, keeping customers and citizens at the center of every decision,” said John Chambers, Kyndryl United Kingdom & Ireland President.
Kyndryl (NYSE: KD) is the world’s largest IT infrastructure services provider serving thousands of enterprise customers in more than 60 countries. The company designs, builds, manages and modernizes the complex, mission-critical information systems that the world depends on every day. For more information, visit www.kyndryl.com.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), an Executive Agency of the Department for Transport, is responsible for maintaining more than 50 million driver records and 40 million vehicle records. The Agency is also responsible for the collection and enforcement of Vehicle Excise Duty, with more than £7 billion a year passed to HM Treasury.