- . Tech Mahindra is collaboration with Pegasystems for driving innovative industry solutions and for accelerating digital transformation
- As part of the agreement, Tech Mahindra and Pega will launch a series of initiatives for helping customers
- Volkswagen and Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. (M&M) are looking into using MEB electric components in Mahindra’s new “Born Electric Platform.”
Tech Mahindra announced its collaboration with Pegasystems. Pegasystems have been a long-time partner of Tech Mahindra and collaboration will help in building an extended ecosystem for driving innovative industry solutions and for accelerating digital transformation over the next five years
As part of the agreement, Tech Mahindra and Pega will launch a series of initiatives for helping customers by penetratating niche markets through industry solutions like the AftEAZE (Digital Aftermarket Platform) solution for Aftermarket, Digital Customer Service Accelerator (DCSA) for contact centre transformations, and others in the pipeline.
Hundreds of successful business transformation stories have been driven by Tech Mahindra’s award-winning Pega Practice across industries worldwide, including automotive industry, life sciences industry, and financial services industry through Pega Centres of Excellence. Tech Mahindra’s Pega Practice has capitalised on its creative business solutions to satisfy evolving customer requirements through recent synergistic acquisitions and investments, including MadPow, EventUs, Tenzing, and DigitalOnUS. It helps companies drive digital transformation by providing cutting-edge technologies like intelligent automation.
The business climate is fast changing, according to Carola Cazenave, vice president, global partner ecosystem. Ms Cazenave said that and we are developing not only to adapt but also to stay ahead of the curve through partner-centric initiatives.
Tech Mahindra reported strong revenue and profit on May 13th. Revenues climbed 17.3% year over year in FY22, while profit after tax increased 24.9 percent.
Volkswagen and Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. (M&M) are looking into using MEB electric components in Mahindra’s new “Born Electric Platform.” Both sides stated that they had signed a Partnering Agreement to assess synergies for collaboration. Mahindra plans to include MEB electric components which includes component like electric motors and battery system, battery cells in its platform known as “Born Electric Platform.”
India agreed at the Glasgow Climate Summit in 2021 to register zero-emission passenger cars and vans beginning in 2035. It is estimated by the industry experts that rapid transition will continue in coming decade and by 2030 majority of the all new vehicles will be electric in nature.
Mahindra Group is fostering Global Partnership across different business vertical to create value for its stakeholders.
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