Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Friday introduced that it has expanded its strategic partnership with Virgin Atlantic, one of many UK’s main airways, to assist the latter embark on a “new phase of recovery and growth”.
The enhanced partnership builds on a 17-year relationship between the 2 organisations and will see TCS take unique accountability for end-to-end operational administration and digital transformation, the data expertise providers main stated in a press release.
This consists of expertise operations, the place TCS will allow Virgin Atlantic to leverage the perfect of Microsoft Azure by means of a collection of expertise and enterprise transformation initiatives, it stated.
In addition, TCS stated it’s going to construct progressive digital options with ‘Cloud First’ guiding rules to assist Virgin enhance expertise resilience, agility, and efficiency in its purpose-led transformation.
The expanded engagement will utilise the contextual information and experience of an built-in workforce consisting of TCS and Virgin Atlantic’s individuals to run and rework the airline’s end-to-end expertise operations.
It will see over 70 of Virgin Atlantics expertise workforce switch to TCS, bringing collectively numerous expertise inside one built-in workforce.
“From the outset of our working relationship, TCS’ deep-rooted expertise in the airline industry and innovative approach to digital solutions has consistently helped us transform the modern-day flight experience. As we emerge from a period of great challenge and transition, our strong foundations and belief in our partnership with TCS remains integral to our strategy for future transformation,” statedAsh Jokhoo, Chief Information & Data Officer, Virgin Atlantic.
“The travel and hospitality industry is leveraging digital innovations to reimagine the experience for consumers looking forward to a positive return to air travel post the pandemic. We are pleased to partner with Virgin Atlantic to drive their digital transformation and power their next chapter of growth,”saidArun Pradeep, Business Head, Travel & Hospitality Europe & UK, TCS.
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