Pune-based information technology firm Tech Mahindra has entered into a strategic partnership with US-based K2View to help organisations accelerate digital transformation by offering real-time access to data through a secure platform.
“Every industry and organisation is on a digital transformation and IT modernisation journey, and the ones that rapidly move to data-driven architectures will be able to find competitive advantages at virtually every level of the business,” Nick Lazzaro, board member and chief executive officer at data management firm K2View, said in a statement.
The integrated platform will help organisations accelerate their digital transformation, delivering a risk-free modernisation path to efficient, scalable, and new data-driven architectures, the statement added. The new platform can be built into an organisation’s existing infrastructure, with no downtime required to implement the technology.
The company said that the platform has the potential to reduce project costs by 60% and ensures compliance with key data regulations including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
“As part of our TechMNxt charter, Tech Mahindra is committed to leverage digital design-led technologies and solutions. Our strategic partnership with K2View is a step in this direction, and will enable us to deliver a connected experience and tangible business value to our customers across industries,” said Manish Vyas, president at Tech Mahindra.
K2View is a data-as-a-service (DaaS) platform provider which provides a patented approach to rapidly bring together all the valuable data scattered across an enterprise’s systems to create a real-time, holistic view.
Last week, IT firm Tech Mahindra had launched a human resource humanoid for Noida special economic zone in Uttar Pradesh. The humanoid will take over routine HR activities to provide constant assistance to the HR team and improve employee experience.
Also, in the same week, the company had said that it has signed a multi-year contract with aircraft maker Airbus to help the company with design engineering capabilities for its cabin and cargo holds.