IT outsourcing and software major Infosys today announced the company’s latest client wins.
The Bangalore-based Infosys is working with a number of enterprise clients including Johnson Controls and Syngenta for offering Infosys Mana, a knowledge-based AI platform that brings machine learning.
Syngenta, an agribusiness company, has chosen Infosys Mana artificial intelligence platform for transforming their IT organization towards innovation and delivering more value to business.
Robert Weltevreden, head of SBS at Syngenta, said: “Infosys Mana will help us capture knowledge across systems and process, identify and execute opportunities to lower cost of change, and fundamentally help transform business processes on an ongoing basis.”
Johnson Controls (JCI) is transforming the role IT plays in accelerating growth and delivering value to the business.
“We will be leveraging Mana to execute on opportunities to lower the cost of maintenance, capture the know-how of our often fragmented and complex systems and enable our businesses to be more nimble and agile,” said Jeff Augustin, CIO at Johnson Controls.
Hermes Parcelnet, an European consumer delivery specialist, has selected Infosys to implement a BI platform based on the Infosys Information Platform (IIP).
Steve Bower, head of Management Information at Hermes Parcelnet, said: “Infosys provided a comprehensive assessment of our Management Information (MI) capabilities. This included a strategic roadmap which helped us implement a set of tactical improvements on our current MI estate and provided stability as well as a smooth peak.”
In addition, Infosys is in the process of helping Hermes Parcelnet deliver our Big Data platform which will improve ability to make decisions on a real time basis and enhance operational efficiencies.
The Hershey Company has used Infosys for transformational initiatives including SAP implementation, sales, digital and being an insights driven organization.
Carlos E Amesquita, CIO of The Hershey Company, said: “Infosys’ approach of Design Thinking is helping us drive a cultural transformation, while enabling organizational processes and capabilities with speed.”
National Australia Bank has chosen Infosys to run the technology solution to participate in the New Payments Platform (NPP), a program in Australia that is aimed at delivering faster, flexible and data-rich payments.
Carl Zeiss Group, a precision optics and optoelectronics manufacturing company, has selected Infosys as its partner for consulting and application services.