LTTS joins hands with Exponential-e for workplace transformation solutions

LTTS joins hands with Exponential-e for workplace transformation solutions
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Workplace transformation solutions, a space that has gained traction amid the Covid-19 pandemic, now has another partnership. 

London headquartered information technology (IT) services management company Exponential-e, on Wednesday announced an agreement with engineering services company Larsen & Toubro Technology Services (LTTS).

Mumbai-based LTTS had launched a new version of its building experience management system, i-BEMS on Microsoft’s cloud platform Azure last month.

Under the deal, LTTS will offer its modular system-of-systems platform that enables the unification of all campus operations. The i-BEMS Shield, the company says, is anchored on Exponential-e’s next-gen composite software-defined networking (SDN) carrier-grade network and cloud infrastructure, according to a statement. 

This combination will accelerate the digital transformation of the workplace, across industries through digital technologies and platforms, the companies said.

According to LTTS, i-BEMS Shield’s digital interface enables temperature detection, face detection and tracking, air quality management, occupancy management, and energy management.

“With increasing customer engagement devices being used to help the modern-day work environment, we provide a software-defined network where functions can be deployed seamlessly,” said Lee Wade, founder and chief executive officer, Exponential-e.

Set up in 2002, Exponential-e offers ethernet solutions for the wide-area network (WAN). The company provides local area network (LAN) services, internet services, managed services, managed security, voice, disaster discovery, storage and server, cloud computing, and conferencing solutions.

Other technology companies have launched solutions to help customers reboot operations. In July, industrial automation and digitisation giant Siemens rolled out digital solutions to help companies cope with the challenges of working in the new normal. 

Bengaluru-based IT services company Infosys  and Aliso Viejo, California-based digital transformation solutions company UST Global have also recently announced solutions for workplaces. 

Read: LTTS reports a 4% drop in revenue as Covid-19 shuts several factories across the globe

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