Mumbai-based IT services firm Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is partnering with US-based predictive device management solutions provider Nanoheal to automate enterprise workspace processes, a company statement said.
The deal will combine TCS’ expertise in managing workspaces with Nanoheal’s automated, proactive, self-healing device platform to ensure a seamless, error-free enterprise workspace.
According to Nanoheal chief executive Sridhar Santhanam, automating nearly 90% of workspace management operations will drastically reduce resolution time, monitor device performance, and will help enforce policy and compliance.
Corporate end-users will benefit from smarter, more streamlined customer experience from beginning to end, he added.
Utah-based Nanoheal, which also has an office in Bengaluru, was founded by Santhanam in April 2008.
Last week, TCS had said that it was partnering with US-based software company JDA Software to jointly develop cognitive solutions for supply chains and provide consulting and system integration services for customers globally.
TCS will use its machine-first delivery model to accelerate human-machine collaboration to solve complex business problems.
In January, the IT services behemoth had launched a new version of its cloud-based Agile DevOps product to support large-scale planning and delivery of applications.
Agile software development is a cross-functional and collaborative approach to completing a project. DevOps is a software development methodology that combines software development with information technology operations.
The original product, Jile 1.0, was launched five months ago. It helped distributed teams (or a team-of-teams) to easily adopt agile methods for application delivery at scale.
TCS said Jile 2.0 takes it a step further, supporting multiple teams-of-teams to deliver large products in various functional areas that the customer sees, uses and values.