Infosys and Microsoft expand partnership to accelerate cloud transformation

Infosys and Microsoft expand partnership to accelerate cloud transformation


Microsoft will introduce Infosys Cobalt solutions onto industry clouds to help businesses build fast platforms at scale

Alice Chambers |

Infosys and Microsoft are expanding their partnership to help accelerate enterprise cloud transformation.

The consultancy’s Cobalt solutions will be introduced to Microsoft’s industry clouds, with the aim of empowering businesses to build fast, cloud-powered platforms at scale.

“Infosys and Microsoft have a longstanding 360-degree strategic collaboration,” said Anand Swaminathan, executive vice president of Infosys. “Microsoft and Infosys also work closely to bring to enterprises the value of Infosys Cobalt cloud solutions and accelerate time to value for Microsoft enterprises business solutions. This extended collaboration will serve to harvest most value from all aspects of our well-rounded alliance.”

The joint capabilities for users will include enterprise solutions, data analytics and artificial intelligence, digital workplace solutions, low-code/no-code platforms and cybersecurity. This will allow businesses to raise new net profits of up to $141 billion annually, according to the Infosys Cloud Radar report.

“This engagement with Infosys extends our trusted relationship over the past two decades and will accelerate the innovation and transformation journeys of businesses worldwide,” said Anant Maheshwari, president at Microsoft India. “As we continue to shape the future of the industry cloud, we are pleased to bring together our complementary strengths and serve our strategic customers better through Microsoft Azure-powered solutions with Infosys Cobalt.”

The partnership will also allow Infosys to continue using Microsoft solutions such as Microsoft Dynamics 365 within its employee communication hub, which is designed to create immersive, personalised experiences for workers.

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