Infosys, PTC unveil Industrial IoT Centre of Excellence

By Jonathan Dyble
Leading global technology consultancy Infosys has partnered with PTC, a global technology solutions provider, to launch a new Industrial IoT (IIoT) Cent...

Leading global technology consultancy Infosys has partnered with PTC, a global technology solutions provider, to launch a new Industrial IoT (IIoT) Centre of Excellence (CoE) at the Infosys campus in Bengaluru, India.

“We have the most robust IoT technology in the world enabling organizations to improve the way that they design, manufacture, sell, operate, and service their products,” said Catherine Kniker, Chief Revenue Officer, ThingWorx, PTC.

“Our joint Centre of Excellence (CoE) with Infosys in Bengaluru will help enterprises transform and generate significant value in today’s competitive business landscape.”

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The CoE will be geared towards enhancing Infosys’ knowledge of Industry 4.0 technologies in order to better understand the needs of its clients and their products.

The centre will also provide a platform for Infosys to continue its investment and development in emerging technologies, including its own in-house IoT ecosystem that will leverage PTC’s own ThingWorx industrial innovation platform.

“Based on our strong foundation of product engineering excellence, we will be able to create applications like product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions, Augmented Reality (AR) experiences and service lifecycle management (SLM) solutions leveraging their ThingWorx IoT platform,” said Ravi Kumar, President & Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Infosys.

“Together we will accelerate digital innovation and drive significant business outcomes for our clients.”

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