IT services company Infosys and MIT Technology Review tied up to launch Cloud Hub, a forum offering insights and learning from cloud transformations, to help companies across the globe boost their cloud journey.
The Cloud Hub will be determined to create a community of experts including the likes of influencers, practitioners and providers.
“While cloud-first companies forge ahead, several other enterprises struggle to capitalise on the full potential of the cloud. Infosys is actively seeking to remedy this with solutions powered by Infosys Cobalt,” said Ravi Kumar, President, Infosys.
The Infosys Cloud Radar Report, released in May this year, showed that the enterprises could add up to $414 billion in net profits annually through effective cloud adoption.
The Cloud Hunting will include access to the Infosys Cobalt community to provide strategies, insights from leading cloud adopters on technologies such as hybrid cloud, data, AI, cloud applications and security.
“We’re excited to co-create The Cloud Hub in partnership with Infosys as we believe companies can benefit immensely from expert guidance as they find their way through the stunningly complex landscape of cloud and digital transformation.” said Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau, CEO and publisher, MIT Technology Review.
In September Infosys announced that it will provide business transformation as-a-service (BPTaaS) in partnership with enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions provider SAP.
The collaboration will see Infosys using business process intelligence from SAP to identify bottlenecks in the digital transformation journey of its clients.