Bengaluru-headquartered IT company Mphasis has tied up with Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s cloud computing community and marketplace Cloud28+ for specific solutions and services.
“Via Cloud28+, Mphasis aims to accelerate our X2C2TM framework that combines a unique formula of integrated cloud and cognitive technologies, providing agile digital innovation for our customers,” said Elango R, president of Mphasis’ HPE business unit.
Mphasis counts top global banks, mortgage lenders and insurance companies among its customers.
According to the company, the partnership with HPE will help it strengthen its hybrid capabilities being deployed across cloud environments.
“The Cloud28+ collaboration will benefit customers through access to an extensive cloud services catalogue, containing thousands of Infrastructure-as-a-Service, Platform-as-a-Service, and Software-as-a-Service offerings, as well as professional services, cloud software, and deployable apps,” it said in a statement.
The platform will also provide a go-to-market accelerator and a custom service aggregator that combines offerings and partners linked to customer’s industry or specific use cases. Products and solutions already available on the platform include DeepInsights, InfraGenie and ComPASS.
Last month, Mphasis’ chief executive officer Nitin Rakesh had told The Economic Times that the company was aiming to grow faster than the industry average in the next financial year.
“We crossed the $250-million mark this quarter,” Rakesh was quoted as saying. “The idea is that this growth should be sustainable.”
Global private equity firm Blackstone had bought a majority stake in Mphasis in 2016 in a rare PE-control deal in India. The deal to buy up to 60.48% stake from HPE was worth more than $800 million.
The company has made two acquisitions till date – software vendor Wyde in 2011 and business intelligence firm Fortify Infrastructure Services in 2010.