GE and Tech Mahindra are coming together

By : |March 28, 2016 0

We live in a digital era and every facet of our life is incomplete without its intervention. The coming together of GE and Tech Mahindra will disrupt the industrial space of Internet of Things, all with an unparalleled speed and scale. In a recent move Tech Mahindra, a specialist in digital transformation has joined hands with GE to grow the digital industrial ecosystem. GE has been speaking the language of industry and bringing together industrial engineering with sensors, software and big data analytics to create brilliant machines.

Tech Mahindra has been in the technological innovation field for long now; they have been consulting and business re-engineering and also one of the earliest adopter of Predix platform, GE’s cloud platform-s-a-service for the Industrial Internet.

GE Digital recognizes Tech Mahindra’s strong skills in driving innovation and change in the age of the Internet of Things (iOT). It is transforming the modern world by combining assets with data and analytics, all with unique speed and scale. GE Digital connects streams of machine data to powerful analytics and people, providing industrial companies with valuable insights for managing assets and operations more efficiently. World-class talent and software capabilities driving digital industrial transformation for big gains in productivity, availability and longevity.

“The GE Digital Alliance Program provides members with expanded access to GE Digital tools, technologies and domain expertise,” Denzil Samuels, Head of Global Channels and Alliances, GE Digital, said.

Arvind Malhotra, SVP of Strategic Accounts said in a statement, “Our deep expertise and legacy in industrial system and processes will provide businesses with a competitive edge to best leverage the power of the Predix platform to develop innovative IIot Solutions,”.

Tech Mahindra is a part of USD 16.9 billion Mahindra Group operating in key industries that drive economic growth, enjoying a leadership position in tractors, utility vehicles, information technology, financial services and vacation ownership. Tech Mahindra has also invested in an Industrial Internet lab to allow for GE and other companies to pilot solutions in a controlled environment.

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