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Mindtree, ServiceNow to offer combined industry-specific IoT solutions

Mindtree, ServiceNow to offer combined industry-specific IoT solutions
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IT major Mindtree has partnered with ServiceNow Connected Operations to build IoT-based business workflow solutions.   

ServiceNow Connected Operations is the IoT wing of Santa Clara, US-based IT giant ServiceNow.  

As part of the deal, MindTree and ServiceNow will work on solutions that will turn data derived from IoT infrastructure into insights for businesses.

MindTree will combine solutions from its IoT service line, MindTree Nxt, with the capabilities of ServiceNow Connected Operations to help industry sectors such as manufacturing and consumer goods.   

The combined offerings will help to break down data silos (collection of data accessible by one group but not accessible by another) resolve issues and allow for better collaboration between customers, operations, customer service and field service.   

“Siloed data and disconnected systems can undermine the best of IoT programmes. The capabilities of Mindtree Nxt alongside ServiceNow and their dedicated Connected Operations team position us well to help enterprises better manage critical infrastructure,” said Alex Nicholas, Vice President and Head of ServiceNow Business at Mindtree.  

Manufacturing and consumer goods organisations have increasingly adopted multiple platforms to generate data on their many processes.  

Through Mindtree’s solutions, these companies will be able to see all data in a single system of record, and gain greater visibility across the enterprise.   

ServiceNow industry partner solutions extend ServiceNow’s capabilities to deliver industry-specific applications and services that are tailored to customers’ unique digital transformation needs.   

“Together with Mindtree, we’re helping move customers in manufacturing and consumer goods beyond dashboards to automate issue resolution with IoT,” said Jonathan Sparks, Vice President of IoT and Operations Products at ServiceNow.