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TCS Recognized as a Leader in IT Infrastructure Services Automation by Everest Group July 18, 2017

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, has been recognized as a ‘Leader’ in Everest Group’s report, “IT Infrastructure Automation – Market Update and PEAK Matrix™ Assessment for Solutions”.

The report highlighted TCS’ ignio™ cognitive automation solution for enterprise IT, as a simple, yet effective value proposition for IT Operations. ignio enables smarter and faster decision making, allowing enterprises to predict problems. It combines disparate, but interconnected business applications and their underlying infrastructure to derive insights and to perform actions autonomously. In addition, Everest Group cited the enhanced value proposition of TCS’ managed services, reinforced by significant cost reduction targets, as a key strength attributing to its leadership position.

TCS Launches AI for SAP Operations June 15, 2017

NEW YORK | MUMBAI, June 15, 2017: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS), a leading IT services, consulting and business solutions firm, today announced that it has launched ignio for SAP ERP to help customers run their operations in SAP more efficiently and effectively. ignio has also achieved certified integration with SAP ERP.

ignio reduces knowledge gaps across operational teams and technologies, resolves common errors affecting critical business processes, and removes the complexity associated with SAP Basis Management. As such, ignio becomes an “intelligent virtual expert,” in understanding how customers use SAP ERP for business operations and significantly enhancing the value of customers’ investments in the SAP platform.

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At last AI for enterprise IT June 26, 2016

Amid all the noise and excitement about artificial intelligence, the world’s first cognitive computing system for enterprise IT is providing companies with practical benefits that can revolutionise their operations

Computer Business Review

Can neural networks be the smart solution to ‘dumb’ automation? May 27, 2016

Analysis: TCS’ chief scientist explains to CBR how neural automation systems work and how they will change enterprise IT.

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been trying to make its way into enterprises’ core strategies for over 60 years, yet, only now it is starting to really become widely regarded as a solution to help with the digital side of the business.

The market for AI systems is poised for a CAGR of 56.1% until 2024. According to research company Tractica, this market will reach $11.1bn by then, up from 2016’s $300m. Forming part of this AI revolution are neural automation practices.

According to Dr. Harrick Vin, VP of Digitate and neural automation company Ignio, a Tata Consultancy Services Venture: “Most enterprises today are starting to use technology to transform their businesses but the designed technology is itself very manual, it uses a lot of people.”

AI Business

Introducing ‘ignio’: Professor Harrick Vin of TCS April 29, 2016

AIBusiness met with Professor Harrick Vin, Vice President and Global Head of Digitate, a Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) venture.
At The AI Summit in London on 5 May, Harrick will discuss approaches to scaling AI for business operations – not only looking at the challenges businesses face when adopting or scaling AI, but also the key benefits that AI can bring to businesses in helping them to innovate and accelerate.

AIBusiness spoke with Harrick to find out his views on AI’s impact on business overall, as well as his vision for Digitate’s new ‘ignio‘ software specifically, looking ahead to his presentation at The AI Summit.

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Shining the ignio light on incident resolution March 9, 2016

The dominant use case, to date, for ignio is in automated triage and self-healing of IT incidents. Incident resolution remains a significant area of investment for most enterprise IT organizations, both in tools and service. An unplanned interruption or reduction in the quality of an IT service can be costly to the enterprise, given the increasing dependence of all businesses on their IT systems…

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‘Digital re-imagination’ of Enterprises and the workplace to be driven by AI. January 19, 2016

AIBusiness met with Professor Harrick Vin, Vice President and Global Head of Digitate, a Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) venture. At The AI Summit in London on 5 May, Harrick will discuss approaches to scaling AI for business operations – not only looking at the challenges businesses face when adopting or scaling AI, but also the key benefits that AI can bring to businesses in helping them to innovate and accelerate. AIBusiness spoke with Harrick to find out his views on AI’s impact on business overall, as well as his vision for Digitate’s new ‘ignio‘ software specifically, looking ahead to his presentation at The AI Summit.

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Indian IT at inflection point November 6, 2015

TCS set up a new business unit called Digitate dedicated to its recently launched Ignio platform and other next-generation products, and believes it has the potential to become a multi-billion-dollar business…

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The Raw Truth About Intelligent Automation October 13, 2015

Unlike a few other neural/cognitive platform launches of late, ignio™ doesn’t interact with an end user using avatars or play the role of a virtual assistant. Instead its functionality is that of a systems administrator, which is really what it is with greater intelligence, better understanding of its environment and automated action…

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