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Infosys to drive digital transformation for Spain’s Siemens Gamesa

Infosys to drive digital transformation for Spain’s Siemens Gamesa
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Information technology services and consulting firm Infosys has partnered with Spain’s Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) for the company’s digital transformation journey.

Bengaluru-based Infosys will build the energy company’s end-to-end information technology infrastructure, including deploying a hybrid cloud, building a software-defined network, setting up an intelligent service desk along with digital workplace services.

Infosys will help Siemens Gamesa align its different IT segments into a consolidated infrastructure. The IT giant will provide a hybrid cloud solution to integrate multiple public cloud platforms into the private cloud, leading to greater agility in the IT infrastructure.

Infosys claims its infrastructure management solution suite will help Siemens Gamesa to optimise, stabilise and provide better network connectivity across 50+ countries via a software-defined network. 

Infosys will also deliver next-generation workplace services with enhanced self-help and self-heal capabilities enabled by artificial intelligence and automation tools. 

“We look forward to enabling their core modernisation, enhancing cloud capabilities and consolidating disparate and heterogeneous infrastructure and processes into a single SGRE global standard,” said Jasmeet Singh, Executive Vice President and Global Head of Manufacturing, Infosys.

Siemens Gamesa is one of the world’s largest producers of wind turbines deployed at sea. The company was recently in the news for its estimated $222 million purchase of  German wind turbine manufacturer Senvion’s selected European assets. 

Infosys recently inked deals with Toyota Material Handling North America (THMNA), Philippines based conglomerate, JG Summit Holdings, and  Movement Mortgage, a US-based mortgage bank among others. 

Under the agreements, it will be providing cloud-based internet of things solutions, digital transformation strategies, Microsoft Azure-based transformations and robotic process automation solutions. 

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