To commemorate 15th anniversary of the business process management arm of Infosys, known as Infosys BPM, the company has today launched a state-of-the-art Center of AI and Automation at the Infosys Business Experience Lounge in Poland. The venture has been launched in collaboration with IBM and it marks two years of successful partnership between the companies which has led to delivering client success, building solutions and more to promote innovation in hybrid cloud environments. With this center, the companies aim to showcase a growing portfolio of data and AI solutions designed to automate and accelerate the hybrid cloud journey of global enterprises.
This Center of AI and Automation will help businesses across all industries address complex process challenges and provide solutions including automation. It will not only help in enhancing productivity and elevating the customer experience but will also help lower the operating costs.
Marcin Gajdzinski, Country General Manager, IBM Poland and Baltics, said, "IBM is focused on providing clients and valued partners such as Infosys the key capabilities needed to scale AI for business. As evidence of the importance of the IBM Ecosystem strategy, the newly opened Center of AI powered by IBM Watson in Lodz, Poland, will provide our joint clients significant support in building the digital economy, as well as new skills and expertise in the field of AI and hybrid cloud."
Clients will get access to AI and automation digital solutions such as IBM CloudPak for Data, IBM Watson Assistant & IBM Watson Discovery, IBM SaferPayments, IBM Blockchain, IBM Sterling Supply Chain, along with access to Infosys BPM’s offerings such as Infosys Intelligent Document Processing, Infosys Interaction Analytics, Infosys Multilingual Conversational AI, Infosys Accounts Payable on Cloud.
Kapil Jain, Executive Vice President and Global Head of Sales and Enterprise Capability, Infosys BPM, said,” This collaboration with IBM Watson, through end-to-end hybrid cloud offerings, robust AI capabilities, domain-specific use cases, and business functional contextualization, will enable organizations to better navigate the complexities of digital transformation, leading to enhanced business value.”
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