Infosys is launching Infosys applied AI to help enterprises adopt enterprise-grade AI for their business, according to a press release on the company’s website. The new offering delivers a comprehensive approach and roadmap to scaling business-ready artificial intelligence solutions. This allows businesses to access, deploy, and contextualize services from the applied AI cloud.
Infosys is an IT services company and managed service provider for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. They deliver applications, services, infrastructure, and more, working as a partner to help enterprises create a unified view of the enterprise cloud ecosystem. They advise clients on their transformation journey across every layer of the cloud, from initial adoption to long-term management. Infosys also provides support for migrating and modernizing legacy applications through a self-service cloud management portal.
This new portfolio of ready-to-use Infosys AI solutions can be quickly adapted to meet their specific business use cases. Companies can access open-source AI SaaS on their hybrid cloud infrastructure as well as harness edge AI capabilities. In addition, Infosys applied AI builds analytics model interpretability, bias detection, and continuous performance monitoring into numerous stages of the product lifecycle, from development to deployment.
In the company’s press release, Infosys’ President Ravi Kumar S. stated: “AI is integral today for enterprises looking at digital acceleration. The combination of data, cloud, and AI is providing enterprises a distinct source of competitive advantage to their digital initiative by helping them unearth new possibilities across the ecosystem. Infosys applied AI, together with our investments in the cloud through Infosys Cobalt, helps enterprises unlock value from data at scale and enables them to discover new applications that deliver perceptive experiences and differentiated offerings.”
Learn more about Infosys applied AI here.
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