Increasingly, smart companies are developing what’s known as an “AI first” strategy in their business and customer operations. This means continually collecting and using data with a goal of improving predictive models that will help them automate their core functions. It’s a way to use data to adapt to changing market factors and customer expectations in real time. By using an AI first strategy, companies can operate proactively rather than reactively and solve problems more intelligently.
Digital services and consulting company Infosys recently announced a partnership with NVIDIA that will expand the two companies with the aim of helping enterprises worldwide by driving productivity gains with generative AI applications and solutions. The expanded partnership will bring the NVIDIA AI Enterprise ecosystem of models, tools, runtimes and GPU systems to Infosys Topaz, an AI-first set of services, solutions and platforms designed to accelerate business value using generative AI technologies. Through the integration, Infosys will create offerings customers can adopt, to easily integrate generative AI into their businesses.
Additionally, Infosys plans to set up an NVIDIA Centre of Excellence, where it will train and certify 50,000 of its employees on NVIDIA AI technology to provide generative AI expertise to its vast network of customers across industries.
"Infosys Topaz offerings and solutions are complementary to NVIDIA's core stack,” said Nandan Nilekani, Co-founder and Chairman of Infosys, in a statement. “By combining our strengths and training 50,000 of our workforce on NVIDIA AI technology, we are creating end-to-end industry leading AI solutions that will help enterprises on their journey to become AI-first."
NVIDIA noted that an AI-first approach will benefit customer-facing organizations in a number of ways.
"Generative AI will drive the next wave of enterprise productivity gains," said Jensen Huang, Founder and CEO of NVIDIA. "The NVIDIA AI Enterprise ecosystem is ramping quickly to provide the platform for generative AI. Together, NVIDIA and Infosys will create an expert workforce to help businesses use this platform to build custom applications and solutions.
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