Information technology giant Infosys has partnered Toyota Material Handling Europe (TMHE) for digital transformation.
The tech firm will help TMHE by facilitating transformation to a scalable digital hybrid cloud platform, providing application services, digital workplace, infrastructure management and data-centre operations.
“We will assist TMHE in modernising its legacy applications, bolstering agility and driving efficiencies. The establishment of a data centre to focus on TMHE’s needs is an integral part of our commitment to find unique solutions and models to drive operational excellence for our clients,” said Jasmeet Singh, executive vice-president and global head of manufacturing at Infosys.
Infosys said in a statement that it will help drive innovation and optimisation agenda, backed by next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) and automation solutions, and deliver a future-ready landscape for TMHE.
“We are committed to constantly innovating to accelerate our digital transformation and leveraging the potential of new technologies to enhance our competitiveness and cost-optimisation efforts. We are happy to partner Infosys in this endeavour and look forward to scaling new heights together,” said Johan Kroon, information chief, TMHE.
In mid-June, a survey by Infosys had revealed that more than half of large enterprises are embracing a cloud strategy to drive digital transformation while 94% of organisations have an enterprise-wide cloud plan in place.
Also, in June, the IT services major said that it had opened a new “experience” design and innovation studio in London, which will not only expand its global network of digital studios but also focus on customer experience and innovation in emerging technologies such as AI.