Industrial Manufacturing

The Pandemic has deeply impacted manufacturers globally, from demand declines and supply disruption to employee health and safety risks. But it has also thrown light on key areas of digitization, automation, employee welfare and commercial models that can be built upon to create more manufacturing systems in future.

You need to safeguard the enterprise and constituents from near-term disruptions and emerging risks. You should diversify the product portfolio and reevaluate cost structures for sustainable growth. At the same time, you should maintain world-class quality of products as well as services.

The Industrial Manufacturing practice opens new revenue streams and automates processes for operational excellence. We implement data solutions to enhance preparedness for contingencies such as order deferment, equipment downtime, and shortfall in resources. Our business continuity management systems manage change, and calibrate response to incidents. We use visualization tools to benchmark performance and monitor improvement programs.

Cloud Migration

Leverages strategic alliances with an ecosystem of cloud service providers to deploy secure and scalable infrastructure. Scalability is a prerequisite for machine learning and intelligent automation.

IT operations

Charts a roadmap for Industry with additive manufacturing, Service, condition-based maintenance, and real-time production planning.

Business practices

We undertake a digital transformation of core systems to boost capacity utilization as well as risk management. Further, digitization unifies data sources, which facilitates causal analysis and predictive analytics.

Remote learning

Our learning tools create a digital workforce by facilitating knowledge sharing and reskilling.