Wabtec Corporation on Monday announced a strategic initiative with Wipro Limited to transition business-critical applications of the logistics company, to cloud.
This is part of Wabtec's recent merger with GE Transportation, a company statement said.
Wipro will deliver digital transformation through a cloud-first approach for Wabtec, riding on its digital capabilities and end-to-end expertise of migrating customer applications to a multi-cloud environment, it said.
Wipro's Cloud Studio Platform and integrated partner ecosystem, coupled with factory-based industrial, repeatable and scalable approach will help Wabtec achieve enhanced business outcomes, the statement said.
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