Tech Mahindra includes automation as a part of its DAVID (Digital, Automation, Verticalization, Innovation and Disruption) strategy. Consequently, there has been significant strategic focus on developing and taking the automation practice to market.
Their structured approach to automation is evident from the Center for Automation Technologies that owns and governs the automation strategy and provides enablement support for engagements and deliveries.
Tech Mahindra has a proactive approach in client engagement where they use mechanisms beyond the standard contract terms to work jointly on co – innovation, joint solution labs, proactive POCs and training roll-out for joint teams.
They have taken a flexible approach to commercial models, including a use case complexity (based on eight parameters) based pricing apart from all the other prevailing models. Partner platform led solutions are typically offered in an as-a-service model (either cost+ or outcome-based).
Investments & Innovation
Tech Mahindra has invested in setting up various innovation labs – AQT (automation, quality, time) lab, Watson solutions lab and Makers labs in various geographies. These have enabled them to develop a rich set of assets that range from use case frameworks, RPA tools and AI engines.
They also made a USD 10 million strategic investment in Fix Stream, which gives them access to Meridian, a visualization and predictive analytics platform which further enhances their capabilities around IT Automation.
Tech Mahindra has built a strong and heavily engaged partnership network. The partnerships span joint go to market, joint marketing and incubation of joint solutions.
Since the adoption of the DAVID strategy, Tech Mahindra has been developing its thought leadership around automation and has been using various internal and external platforms to generate dialogue around emerging technologies. Their engagement in industry associations is particularly strong in the telecom industry.
They are also involved with NASSCOM to develop the intelligent automation ecosystem within India and in supporting start ups in this space.
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