The Indian firm will utilise Accenture's intelligent automation platform myWizard along with its human-machine operating engine SynOps as part of the journey
Accenture has been engaged by Indian technology company Cyient to boost the latter’s business operations using digital technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation.
As part of Cyient’s digital transformation journey, Accenture will deploy an AI-based digital platform to consolidate the former’s operations and technology application architecture. Besides, Accenture said that it is redesigning Cyient’s finance, human resources, accounting, and information technology processes in order to make them more agile and productive.
Cyient is expected to automate standard functions, enable predictive and proactive maintenance, empower its staff to focus on more valuable work and support growth in its business, said Accenture.
Cyient chief financial officer Ajay Aggarwal said: “As a technology company, we know that digital technologies are key to driving our growth and that of our customers.
“With this initiative, we are harnessing Accenture’s industry-leading digital expertise to enhance our operational agility, accelerate innovation, improve customer outcomes and drive profitable growth.”
The partnership will utilise Accenture’s intelligent automation platform myWizard along with its human-machine operating engine SynOps, which is designed to fast-track business operations.
Accenture India managing director Sandeep Dutta said: “Intelligent operations are key to becoming an agile, competitive, future-ready enterprise. We are teaming with Cyient to modernize its operations with data and insights to drive its next wave of growth.”
Earlier this month, Accenture signed a deal to acquire Inspirage, an IT service management company and integrated supply chain specialist company.