Infosys inks digitization deal with Envision AESC

Infosys has inked a strategic collaboration with Envision AESC, a battery technology company part of the Envision Group.

Through this collaboration, Infosys says it will help develop a cloud-based platform to digitize and automate manual processes at Envision AESC’s electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturing plants. Initially, the cloud-based platform is expected to digitize key processes that require a high level of human intervention, says Infosys.

The cloud-based platform, co-developed by Infosys and Envision AESC, leverages AWS Cloud components of Infosys Cobalt.

[Image courtesy: Envision AESC]

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