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IBM India opens automation innovation centre in Pune

This is the company’s second automation innovation centre. The first centre was opened in Bangalore in 2017.

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Last Updated: Jan 28, 2020, 02.44 PM IST
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Over the last couple of years, the Bangalore AIC has hosted several hundred global client leaders from markets across major industries, the company said.
PUNE: IBM has opened an automation innovation centre at its Pune facilities, as the technology giant continues to bet that automation will drive business growth in India.

This is the company’s second automation innovation centre. The first one was opened in Bangalore in 2017.

Amitava Sharma, Vice-President - Automation, IBM Global Business Services India, said, “Together with the AIC in Bangalore, the Pune Centre will address automation mandates for IBM’s clients with special focus on global captive centre clients in and around Pune. This strategic investment will play the critical role of a catalyst to help our clients define and develop optimized intelligent workflows that will seamlessly run on hybrid multi-cloud environments.”

The centre will also showcase industry vertical solutions for banking, insurance, retail, CPG and healthcare, among others.

The two AICs demonstrate IBM’s continuing commitment to investments in India and in the transformative area of automation, said the company.

IBM’s automation advisors will help clients define the roadmap to navigate their journey towards enterprise automation at scale.

In addition, clients can also leverage IBM’s ecosystem partnership with RPA vendors like Blue Prism, UiPath, Automation Anywhere and Softomotive to get priority access to the latest solutions and derive maximum return on investment.

Over the last couple of years, the Bangalore AIC has hosted several hundred global client leaders from markets across major industries, the company said.

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