Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Friday introduced that it has expanded its strategic partnership with Virgin Atlantic, one of many UK’s main airways, to assist the latter embark on a “new section of restoration and progress”.
The improved partnership builds on a 17-year relationship between the 2 organisations and can see TCS take unique duty for end-to-end operational administration and digital transformation, the data know-how companies main stated in a press release.
This contains know-how operations, the place TCS will allow Virgin Atlantic to leverage one of the best of Microsoft Azure by a sequence of know-how and enterprise transformation initiatives, it stated.
As well as, TCS stated it is going to construct revolutionary digital options with ‘Cloud First’ guiding ideas to assist Virgin enhance know-how resilience, agility, and efficiency in its purpose-led transformation.
The expanded engagement will utilise the contextual data and experience of an built-in crew consisting of TCS and Virgin Atlantic’s individuals to run and rework the airline’s end-to-end know-how operations.
It should see over 70 of Virgin Atlantics know-how crew switch to TCS, bringing collectively various expertise inside one built-in crew.
“From the outset of our working relationship, TCS’ deep-rooted experience within the airline business and revolutionary method to digital options has persistently helped us rework the modern-day flight expertise. As we emerge from a interval of nice problem and transition, our sturdy foundations and perception in our partnership with TCS stays integral to our technique for future transformation,” saidAsh Jokhoo, Chief Data & Knowledge Officer, Virgin Atlantic.
“The journey and hospitality business is leveraging digital improvements to reimagine the expertise for customers wanting ahead to a optimistic return to air journey publish the pandemic. We’re happy to accomplice with Virgin Atlantic to drive their digital transformation and energy their subsequent chapter of progress,”saidArun Pradeep, Enterprise Head, Journey & Hospitality Europe & UK, TCS.
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