Bengaluru-based information technology services firm Microland is betting on digital infrastructure and Industry 4.0 to drive the company's next phase of growth, founder and chairman Pradeep Kar said in a media statement.
Advanced automation, artificial intelligence (AI), industrial internet of things (IIoT), cloud and cybersecurity solutions are now among the top demands of clients, according to the 30-year-old mid-size IT firm.
Microland claims its solutions will enable businesses to optimise internal processes, interact with clients in new ways, and also increase the productivity of their employees with its suite of services
"We have made significant leadership additions and doubled-down on our partnerships, innovation labs, and global delivery hubs in India, Middle East, UK, and US. As infrastructure moves from the back office to the edge to be the hub of automation, AI, and machine learning, our focus on delivering infrastructure is directly connected to what our customers want," Kar said.
Microland is focussing on innovation around emerging technologies as well as partnering with other players to support complex windfarms and intelligent factories for large enterprises.
"A system integrator for today’s IIoT ecosystem requires a team with strong IT-OT (operational technology) skills to securely deliver business outcomes as well as deliver a return of investment and or recent partnerships will help us deliver that for global enterprises,” said Manjanath Nayak, senior vice president and IIoT leader, Microland.