Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has selected Indian IT major Infosys to support its digital transformation initiative.
Under the agreement, Infosys will offer a comprehensive IT infrastructure to SGRE, including a hybrid Cloud transformation, an intelligent service desk, as well as a software-defined network and digital workplace services.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy chief information officer Alan Feeley said: “When considering our desired IT operating model, we were looking for a partner that brings a careful balance of innovation, operational excellence and sustainable commercial viability.
“With Infosys, we are very confident that these attributes are at the core of their operating culture. We are very excited to partner with Infosys on this journey of modernisation.
“We are impressed by the Infosys Next-Generation Application and Infrastructure Management Framework, their agility and focus on delivery excellence, and a clear understanding of our business strategy.”
Additionally, Infosys will also provide SGRE application management and transformation services.
Under the contract, Infosys will be integrating SGRE’s multiple public Cloud platforms with its private Cloud to bring agility to the Spanish firm’s IT infrastructure.
Infosys claims that its Infrastructure Management Solution Suite will enable SGRE to market service catalogue-based offering across all IT Infrastructures in quick time.
It will also provide next-generation workplace services with enhanced self-help and self-heal capabilities enabled by AI and automation tools.
Infosys Global Manufacturing head Jasmeet Singh said: “We are delighted to be selected as a strategic partner of SGRE in their transformation journey.
“Leveraging our innovative solutions, domain knowledge and a clear comprehension of SGRE’s business strategy, we look forward to enabling their core modernisation, enhancing Cloud capabilities and consolidating disparate and heterogeneous infrastructure and processes into a single SGRE global standard.”