Infosys to help Global Express in tech separation from Toll Holdings
Infosys said that it has been engaged by Global Express, an Australian express logistics business, to separate the technology landscape after its sale by Toll Holdings Ltd.
The Indian IT services provider will utilize the established blueprints and tools from Infosys Cobalt for expediting the cloud journey of Global Express.
Danny Gravell — Global Express CIO said: “We are pleased to partner with Infosys to develop state-of-the-art digital capability, transforming our foundation technology platforms. We value Infosys’ collaborative approach and their experience in implementing infrastructure and cloud transformation programs.
“We look forward to working with Infosys as we work towards providing the best possible experience for our customers.”
Infosys will help the Australian express logistics business in setting up a greenfield technology environment, and shift the latter’s applications and services to a sustainable and energy-efficient data center and public cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The Indian IT giant said that it will manage the end-to-end program to enable the transformation strategy of Global Express for its transport and logistics business to provide superior customer service.
Karmesh Vaswani — Infosys Executive Vice President and Retail and Logistics Global Head Consumer said: “We are thrilled to be working with Global Express on this business-critical project as they enter an exciting new era.
“Our aim will be to bring an innovative hybrid agile approach to not just holistically separate the technology platforms, but to focus on enabling a modern, secure, and agile platform to support Global express through their digital transformation.
“This engagement reflects our commitment to doubling down on our strengths in Cloud with Infosys Cobalt and Digital to drive tangible business value through a risk free and seamless separation.”