Lexmark selects TCS to transform digital core

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Lexmark selects TCS to transform digital core
Lexmark selects TCS to transform digital core

TCS is moving Lexmark’s workloads to a public cloud and designing a cloud operating model

IoT solutions provider Lexmark has selected Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) to transform the former’s enterprise applications, cloud journey, and innovation programme, the latter announced on Monday. By using automation and infrastructure-as-code, TCS is moving Lexmark’s workloads to a public cloud and designing a cloud operating model as part of the association. Across finance, order-to-cash, and supply chain functions, the digital core is being developed to elevate the user experience, TCS said.

Across applications, data, infrastructure, and networks, TCS will also design a command centre to monitor business processes.

For manufacturing and retail clients globally, the company will help Lexmark take advantage of its Optra platform, which bridges IoT device data with core business systems.

Lexmark Chief Information and Technology Officer Vishal Gupta said, “Our partnership with TCS will help us build an integrated operations model embracing technologies such as cloud and automation, enhancing our business agility, user and customer experience, and productivity.”

Aligned to Lexmark’s growth and transformation imperatives, TCS’ Agile Innovation Cloud will enable sustained ideation and innovation, TCS Global Head for Technology, Software, and Services Business Group V Rajanna said.

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