Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) said that it has launched a TCS Neural Manufacturing suite of solutions on the newly-launched Microsoft Cloud for manufacturing.
The cloud combines various Microsoft technologies, linked by a common data model to build resiliency and sustainability through operational visibility, data integration, and digital collaboration.
The TCS Neural Manufacturing suite of solutions includes products like clever energy, cognitive plant operations adviser, and digital manufacturing solutions.
TCS showcased these solutions with Microsoft at Hannover Messe 2023 in Germany, demonstrating how manufacturers can create boundaryless business models, seamless customer experiences, and optimised value chains.
“With Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing, we are bringing together our deep expertise and industry-leading portfolio of industrial IoT and engineering solutions in the TCS Neural Manufacturing suite to help our customers future-proof their manufacturing operations and drive competitive differentiation,” said Sreenivasa Chakravarti, global head, IoT and digital engineering, TCS.
TCS’ Microsoft Business Unit (MBU) works with customers worldwide to accelerate their cloud transformation journey and is composed of 50,000 Microsoft-certified associates.
On the other hand, the corporation has also disclosed a number of significant changes that would be implemented within its top management. According to a regulatory filing made by the firm, Ananth Krishnan, who now serves as the company's executive vice president and chief technology officer, is planning to retire in October 2023.
The large information technology company also said that the chief services innovation officer, Dr. Harrick Vin, would begin his tenure on August 1 as a member of the Senior Management Personnel (SMP).
He has expertise working in both the academic world and the business world, and he has worked with TCS for almost three decades. Before taking on this position, Harrick was the head of TCS Digitate.