TCS partners with AIS to help Thai manufacturers adopt IoT solutions

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has entered into a partnership with Thai telecom operator Advanced Info Service Public Company Limited (AIS) for assisting manufacturers in Thailand in adopting Internet of Things (IoT) solutions based on 5G smart network technology.

The Indian IT services provider said that the collaboration combines the leading position of AIS in telecommunications services in Thailand and its own portfolio of intellectual property and expertise in IT consulting to help Thai enterprises expedite their growth and transformation with its 5G-enabled IoT offerings.

According to Tata Consultancy Services, the IoT solutions will be marketed jointly to customers in sectors that include manufacturing, transport, logistics, and property/ smart city.

Tanapong Ittisakulchai — Chief Enterprise Business Officer of AIS said: “This is an important opportunity for us to work with our global partner TCS to create next generation high-speed IoT solutions that help advance and enhance core industries such as manufacturing.

“Together we are creating important new digital services that can help our customers improve operations, capacity and competitiveness. Furthermore, we are pleased to be offering IoT services that will help advance Thai core industry with a focus on manufacturing, contributing to the national economic rebound and growth.”

TCS partners with AIS to help Thai manufacturers adopt IoT solutions

TCS partners with AIS to help Thai manufacturers adopt IoT solutions. Image courtesy of Gerd Altmann from Pixabay .

The IoT Smart Manufacturing Solutions of Tata Consultancy Services are said to utilize next-gen technologies such as digital twins for boosting operational resilience, enhancing customer experience, and for bringing in innovation across the manufacturing value chain.

The Indian IT firm will also offer an enterprise-level energy and emissions management system called TCS Clever Energy, a connected worker mixed reality solution called TCS Gen 4-Work-AR, and a solution called TCS Logistics Optimizer for synchronizing the operations in the supply chain management process.

Vijaya Pandya — Country Head of TCS Thailand said: “Forward-thinking manufacturers are deploying IoT strategically to enable new business models, enhance customer experience, make their value chains more responsive, and drive growth.

“TCS is pleased to partner with AIS to further accelerate our go-to-market capabilities for our exciting range of IoT-based business solutions that will enhance Thailand’s industrial sector.”

Recently, Tata Consultancy Services launched TransformPlus 5.0, a major new version of its TCS MasterCraft TransformPlus automation solution.

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