Pune: Tech Mahindra has set up a Center of Excellence (CoE) for Infoworks as part of a new partnership between the two firms.
The CoE is for Infoworks’ DataFoundry enterprise data operations and orchestration (EDO2) system.
The CoE will provide scalable and affordable professional services to support joint customer digital transformations.
“Organizations require a combination of technology, people and processes to successfully execute their digital transformation initiatives,” said Russ Barck, vice president, Strategic Alliances at Infoworks. “Tech Mahindra is coupling their best-in-class people and processes with our market leading EDO2 solutions to effectively deliver material competitive advantage.”
In addition to delivering customized professional services through the COE, Tech Mahindra will also integrate DataFoundry into their sales process, using it as a key technology differentiator for automating development and orchestration of data projects at scale, greatly accelerating the creation and implementation of analytics use cases that deliver critical business insights.
“Our consulting services, combined with the high levels of automation that Infoworks DataFoundry provides, will drive critical advances for clients,” said Harshul Asnani, SVP and SBU Head at Tech Mahindra. “Together with Infoworks, we’re able to accelerate and enrich the data to insights journey of organizations at all levels by laying out and enabling the paradigm of data driven decision making. This is in line with our TechMNxt charter, wherein we are collaborating with various partners to leverage next generation technologies to deliver superior connected experience to our customers.”
The complexity traditionally involved with launching data and analytics use cases has been a significant barrier to widespread adoption. The partnership between Infoworks and Tech Mahindra aims to remove the complexity associated with big data analytics deployments and greatly accelerates agile business decision-making in support of enterprise digital transformation activities.
Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Palo Alto, the company is funded by NEA, Nexus Venture Partners, Centerview Capital Technology, and Knoll Ventures.
Source: Economic Times