Infosys and Google Partner to Expand AI-Powered Solutions

Global technology giants Google and Infosys have announced that they will be extending their cooperation, allowing them to develop AI-powered solutions with the aid of Google Cloud's generative AI solutions and Infosys Topaz.

Global tech Giants Infosys and Google have announced that they will be expanding their partnership which will enable them to build AI powered solutions with the help of Infosys Topaz and Google Cloud’s generative AI solutions. This will help the brands utilise the full potential of their existing products, Google's cloud services will be a crucial part of the upcoming generation of products of both the companies.

In the further plan of action laid out by Infosys, and to guarantee that enterprises have the professional services knowledge and resources to successfully create, implement, and manage any kind of generative AI project, Infosys will train 20,000 practitioners on the generative AI solutions offered by Google Cloud, including Vertex AI and Duet AI in Google Workspace.

Thomas Kurian, CEO, Google Cloud, said, “Generative AI is fundamentally changing how businesses operate, from enabling supply chain managers to operate more sustainably to helping marketers more efficiently create campaigns. Through our expanded partnership with Infosys, we will give our mutual customers the resources and skills needed to use generative AI today to create real-world value for their organizations.”

The collaboration will help the company deploy AI in its products and will create a strong base for the upcoming products. The results of these have been already proven as A large consumer products firm recently received assistance from Infosys Topaz and Google Cloud generative AI in the successful deployment of an AI Twin to help with real-time planning of marketing spend, promotion, and product supply across markets.

Some of the key products on which Infosys is actively working on with Google are consumer AI, autonomous supply chain and autonomous marketing. Generative AI is also a field which Infosys is heavily focusing on and aims to build products around it with the help of collaboration with Google.

CEO of Infosys Salil Parekh said, “Infosys has been long making investments in the AI space. We are leveraging generative AI to deliver transformative business solutions as well as integrating it in many of our offerings to accelerate productivity. The combined strength of Google Cloud’s generative AI capabilities, Infosys Cobalt, and Infosys Topaz will help enterprises transform and future-proof their business, built on strong digital, cloud, and next-generation AI capabilities.”

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