Updated January 4th, 2024 at 15:09 IST
AWS, Persistent Systems sign pact for GenAI adoption
The multi-year collaboration will see investments and shared capabilities meted out to clients
Shared GenAI capabilities: Amazon Web Services and Pune-headquartered IT firm Persistent Systems have entered into a multi-year strategic collaboration agreement for developing enterprise GenAI solutions.
As part of the deal, Persistent will have access to additional resources from AWS to build proofs of concept for businesses to identify tangible business outcomes from generative AI. This will also support use case discovery and rolling out solutions with go-to-market funds from Amazon’s cloud arm.
Chris Sullivan, Vice President of Worldwide System Integrator Partners at AWS said the companies aim to redefine what's possible with generative AI, setting new standards for efficiency, innovation, and technological advancements.
These combined assets from AWS and Persistent have the potential to bolster the value provided to shared clients between the two enterprises and unlock potential of their technology investments.
Rajiv Sodhi, Senior Vice President – Hyperscaler Business & Strategic Alliances at Persistent said AWS will help them scale generative AI adoption among clients to identify and implement use cases where this technology can have a real impact.
Persistent Systems employs 22,800 people across 21 nations for digital engineering and transformation through cloud migration services to companies.
Peers of the entity like L&T Technology Services have also forayed into generative solutions for use cases like engineering and health, via cloud partnerships with Google Cloud.
Published January 4th, 2024 at 15:08 IST