Wipro Limited, a provider of digital technologies and business process services, has announced that its Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) solutions are now available on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
According to a statement from the company, its AI-enabled offering will facilitate the efficient governance of critical supply chain processes, enhancing operational performance.
As a result of the collaborative venture, which will see Wipro and AWS combine the strengths of their respective AI and automation platforms, customers are also expected to receive an improved experience.
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Wipro’s AI and Automation platform “Wipro HOLMES”, which has been adopted by 350 clients from various industries, supports the automation of infrastructure, digital applications and business process services, all of which could apply to the global logistics and port sectors.
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Rohit Adlakha, Vice President and Global Head for Wipro HOLMES and Automation Ecosystem, Wipro Limited, said: “We have leveraged the Wipro HOLMES AI and Automation platform and AWS AI and ML services to build several outcome-driven solutions.
“In addition, we have published some of our machine learning models on AWS Marketplace for Machine Learnings.
“Our relationship with AWS allows us to leverage the combined might of Wipro HOLMES™ and AWS to solve complex business problems for our clients in areas such as procure to pay, contract management, and customer onboarding, across industry sectors.”
Garth Fort, Director of AWS Marketplace at Amazon Web Services, added: “The AI and ML solutions leveraging Wipro HOLMES and AWS SageMaker help customers in applying AI to procurement, supply chain, compliance and other domains.”