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New innovation center by IBM and LTI is expected to be built in Bangalore

New innovation center by IBM and LTI is expected to be built in Bangalore

Larsen & Toubro Infotech (LTI) recently made an announcement that it would be working on expanding its global partnership with IBM to help organizations achieve transformation in their operations through cloud adoption. LTI will make sure that its client will have a smooth transition to modernize and migrate their business applications by making use of the offerings from IBM. The tech giant will have access to global digital solutions and tech consulting of IBM. Under the new agreement, both the participants will work closely and establish an innovation center in 2021. The new center is expected to be built in Bangalore, and it will offer a suite of IBM’s Automation, AI solutions, integration, Cloud, and Data to boost innovation.

IBM will provide training to the employee of LTI to facilitate solution development for clients and co-creation workshops. LTI has worked diligently to develop industry-ready solutions using IBM Watson, IBM Cloud, and IBM Paks to help its client embark on their automation journey. President-sales and executive board member of LTI, Sudhir Chaturvedi, has stated that enterprises all around the world trust LTI to deliver solutions to start the digital transformation journey and also to help the companies that are already in the technology landscape.

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