The new partnership with TCS – it’s said – will enable its blue-chip industrial clients to use the InfinityQS Manufacturing and Quality Intelligence platform, Enact. It’s claimed it will enable InfinityQS to use TCS’s expertise in IT, business & technology services, and engineering, to support existing partners within the InfinityQS partner network.
For those who came in late, Tata Consultancy Services, is part of India’s largest multinational business group and helps manufacturers monetise connected products, operations and customers.
Speaking about the partnership Regu Ayyaswamy, Vice President and Global Head IoT & EIS at Tata said: “Increasingly, we’re seeing demand from our clients for greater flexibility across their plant IT solutions and because of this, it was the right time to bolster our services portfolio by becoming part of the InfinityQS partner program. Doing so enables us to integrate our solutions and offerings with Enact easily and seamlessly while leveraging its global support. Now our clients can capture data streams from a variety of plants and can significantly improve their production processes globally.”
Jason Chester, Director of Channel Programmes for InfinityQS, said: “Tata Consultancy Services is, without doubt, a revered global advisory company. We have successfully worked with TCS in the past on major projects with some of the world’s most recognisable manufacturing brands. To formalize this relationship through a new strategic alliance is a major opportunity for both our clients and prospects. Combining our best-in-class Enact solution with their exceptional services pedigree will be a transformative opportunity for the manufacturing industry.”