Tech Mahindra join hands with Bosch Software Innovations

Tech Mahindra and Bosch Software Innovations, the software and systems house of the Bosch Group today announced a global strategic business partnership which will primarily focus on the global manufacturing and transportation industry.

This partnership aims to accelerate the delivery of software solutions and to reduce time-to-market across multiple industries. The aim is to develop and deliver scalable digital enterprise solutions in the ‘Internet of Things and Services’ space. This space is expected to grow exponentially as more than 20 billion devices are expected to be connected to the Internet by 2015 and 50 billion by 2020.

This partnership will empower Tech Mahindra and Bosch to be the forerunners in enabling customers to be prepared for this transformation. Tech Mahindra and Bosch will jointly develop solutions for industrial equipment management, connected services, and intermodal transportation.

“Tech Mahindra’s expertise in enterprise solutions and its global market presence, along with the state-of-the-art product portfolio and industry experience will enable this partnership to deliver innovative end-to-end solutions to our customers”, says Klaus Hueftle, managing director, Bosch Software Innovations.

“Bosch Software Innovation’s cutting edge technologies for the ‘Internet of Things and Services’ complement Tech Mahindra’s connected world focus perfectly. The partnership is strategic and will help us provide solutions to our customers and prospects to increase efficiency and save net costs”, adds Rajeev Sundaresan, head, Business Process Management, Tech Mahindra.

Bosch Software Innovations globally work with clients to address their business challenges and optimize their business processes. The company’s software suite comprises core products for Business Process Management (BPM), Business Rules Management (BRM), and Device Management (M2M). The holistic suite creates the foundation to address connectivity needs in a networked world, allowing businesses to implement new business models successfully.

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