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Tech Mahindra and IBM have partnered to create a $2 billion opportunity

Tech Mahindra and IBM have partnered to create a $2 billion opportunity

Popular Indian tech giant Tech Mahindra and IBM are partnering to generate more than $1 billion worth of business for each over the next few years. The new partnership aims to work together in various fields like 5G, cloud services, and cybersecurity to achieve this on a global scale. The statement was issued for the same by C P Gurnani, CEO of Tech Mahindra, and Arvind Krishna, Chairman of IBM India. It is quite evident that Krishna is focusing on carving a hybrid cloud business model to align with Tech Mahindra’s goal to drive the partnership. Mahindra is all set to create centers in various cities like Bangalore and build use cases to cater to the global audience.

Close to 40 percent of the partnership will focus on building 5G capabilities because more than 50 percent of the company’s customers come from the telecom segment. Krishna has stated that the move is considered a win because customers can now access more technologies and new capabilities along with specialized expertise. Furthermore, he added that it is also a win for the clients because the business is expanding beyond boundaries. Both the leaders have stated that the pandemic has helped them accelerate the adoption of new technologies for various companies, countries, and individuals


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