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IBM wants to regain their position in IT by revolutionizing the Automobile industry

IBM wants to regain their position in IT by revolutionizing the Automobile industry

IBM wants to regain its hold in the market and become a leader in IT once again. To achieve this, the company has devised a plan to double down on cloud services, AI, and data for this year. They will leverage the latest techs to make sure that they deliver superior services for their clients in various verticals. Kamal Singhani, Managing Partner of Global Business Services for IBM (India/South Asia) stated that for the past couple of years, their company has made significant progress in building new-age technology and solutions. They have also bundled sorts around cloud, analytics, and cognitive. IBM is trying to find new opportunities in a sector that is now experiencing a slowdown and they are looking forward to helping their clients transition to business It from classical IT.

Lingraju Sawkar, General Manager of Global Technology Services in IBM (India/South Asia) stated that the auto industry is struggling for months and they are on the lookout for partners to understand how they usually engage with their customers. IBM is also looking for a solution that can make use of technology is to solve the challenges in the auto industry. As their first step towards revolutionizing the automobile sector, IBM has partnered with Maruti Suzuki.

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