Indian IT firms strengthen Cloud practice as digital adoption picks up

Companies are tying up with Cloud platform firms, ramping up internal team of specialists

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Companies such as TCS and Infosys are also learnt to have set up specialised cloud teams for various platforms.

Debasis Mohapatra Bengaluru
Indian IT services companies are gearing up to cash in on opportunities in the Cloud services space as the Covid-19 pandemic pushes organisations to increase the pace of digitisation across the board.

Large Indian IT firms such as Infosys, Wipro and TCS are seen strengthening their Cloud offerings by forming joint ventures with global platform providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure and IBM Cloud, and growing their team of specialists in specific cloud platforms organically. Wipro, for example, has tied up with IBM to be able to provide hybrid cloud offerings to clients. In March, Infosys had also announced a similar partnership with IBM.

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First Published: Jun 17 2020 | 3:00 PM IST

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