TCS, Wipro to work at IBM’s Kochi centre to co-create AI-based automation tech

Sharanya Sinha
Sharanya Sinha June 9, 2022
Updated 2022/06/23 at 8:17 AM

According to a release, Indian IT giants Tata Consultancy Services NSE 0.33 percent (TCS NSE 0.33 percent) and Wipro NSE -0.10 percent will collaborate to build artificial intelligence technology-based solutions at IBM’s new automation innovation center in Kochi. The new center, which will be fully operational in the third quarter of 2022, will allow IBM and its ecosystem partners to build automation solutions throughout their lifecycle – product design, engineering, and support – to assist clients in the areas of business automation, artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps), and integration, according to IBM.

“Tata Consultancy Services and Wipro client service engineering teams will co-locate with IBM India Software Lab in Kochi to co-create and co-innovate solutions in AI-powered automation areas such as business automation, AIOps, and integration,” according to the release. More than half of IT professionals in India say their company is currently using or considering automation software or tools to drive greater efficiencies in IT operations (52%) and business processes (53%) and to give valuable time back to employees, according to the recently conducted Global AI Adoption Index 2022 by Morning Consult on behalf of IBM (55 percent).

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IBM Automation General Manager Dinesh Nirmal stated, “India is an innovation and talent powerhouse for IBM, and our cooperation with IIIT Kottayam, TCS, and Wipro will help us accelerate the adoption of automation for businesses across sectors.” He said such agreements will give adolescents outside of metro areas access to jobs, exposure to cutting-edge automation technologies, and job-readiness training. “The teams will co-engineer extensions and kits for developers and partners to construct utilizing IBM automation solutions using low-code or no-code ways, in collaboration with Wipro. The teams will collaborate with TCS to develop additions for IBM’s AI-powered automation portfolio that will address and map to industry-specific and domain use cases “According to the announcement.

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