In the pre-pandemic world, the urge for digital transformation had made several businesses cloud dependent. But the pandemic has now made cloud transition a necessity to become resilient and drive business value with cloud. Naturally, this has forced companies to rethink their cloud strategies and realize ways through which they can focus both on the technological as well as process engineering aspect of cloud journey, while navigating the cloud-transition challenges posed by the new-age global crisis. As organizations embark on the cloud journey to drive business value through customer centricity, capacity flexibility, data-driven insights, improved service levels and so on, it is also critical for organizations to focus on agility and innovation empowered by extreme automation. This can help them facilitate quick transformations based on immediate requirements and enable emerging technologies such as AI/ML, Edge Computing, Blockchain among others.
Most enterprises already have many components of a digital mobile workspace, even if they see themselves in the early stages of transformation. A mobile workspace enables employees with an ecosystem of different technologies, services, and practices that support flexible and remote approaches to work in a secure manner.
This IDC Market Perspective is an excellent example of a multinational organization, Mondelez International, transforming its digital workplace. This exclusive paper describes their partnership with HCL, for managed workplace services and the outcomes and achievements to date.
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HCL’s workplace business is growing at an impressive clip across solution areas and geographies. The company has put together a comprehensive product portfolio for serving its workplace services customers, combining partner solutions with its own innovations.
In a digital world, where speed matters and time is scarce, enterprises set out on their digital journey looking to fundamentally change their operating model. They are leveraging AI and cognitive tools, internet of things (IoT), multi-cloud solutions and Industry 4.0 principles.
The conversation in many enterprises about network automation is evolving to include policy-based, orchestration-enabled and artificial intelligence (AI)-driven methodologies. ISG has observed this trend specifically in Europe, where enterprises are increasingly emphasizing automation-led transformation.
Principal & Research analysts from TBR attended the Summit and have co-authored a report which is an extensive assessment on IoT WoRKS has helped create and maintain a competitive advantage along with becoming a torch bearer for enabling business transformation leveraging engineering expertise.
This exclusive 451 research report provides deep insights into HCL’s platform and middleware approach. HCL has proven to be adept at capitalizing on the infrastructure services market with its Mode 1-2-3 strategy, and is now moving up the stack using a combination of its own IP, strategic partnerships and M&A activity.
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Covid-19 is accelerating the adoption of automation technologies in a range of end user industries. EY recent research with business leaders consistently points to businesses looking to ramp-up investment in automation as they prepare for a post-crisis world. It’s becoming increasingly likely that one of the biggest beneficiaries from changes to the workplace post-covid will be automation technologies.