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LTI expands strategic relationship with Amazon Web Services

By Shannon Williams, Thu 17 Jun 2021

Global technology consulting and digital solutions firm Larsen & Toubro Infotech has expanded its strategic relationship with Amazon Web Services, in a multiyear collaboration agreement designed to accelerate customer value and innovation through digital transformation.

LTI has launched a dedicated cloud unit for AWS that will focus on migration and modernisation, SAP application workloads, data analytics, and Internet of things, complemented by LTI's advisory, professional services, and delivery capabilities. In addition, LTI will build state-of-the-art accelerators and create industry-focused cloud offerings for the banking and financial services, manufacturing, retail & CPG, media & entertainment, hi-tech, and insurance sectors.

"Enterprises are seeking speed and efficiency as they adopt cloud services to gain competitive advantages and improve customer engagement," says Sanjay Jalona, CEO & managing director, LTI.

"The collaboration with AWS will help us achieve these objectives and accelerate our services and solutions to build, migrate, manage, operate, and optimise AWS environments and infrastructure of our clients," he says.

Siddharth Bohra, chief business officer & head of cloud business unit, LTI, says the partnership will support the scaling of LTI's AWS practice with deeper collaboration in development of products and services. 

"LTI will leverage its deep knowledge and experience to drive end-to-end digital transformation for global enterprises using advanced industry solutions, analytics platforms, and technology services, built and deployed on AWS," he says.

Doug Yeum, head of global partner organisation at AWS, adds, "We are delighted to deepen our collaboration with LTI.

"Through this collaboration, LTI will expand their AWS practice to serve global customers as they look to leverage AWS services to accelerate their digital transformation, innovate at a faster pace, and solve the most challenging business problems," he says.

Bobby George, senior vice president & chief digital officer, Carrier, says, "At Carrier, cloud is at the core of our digital transformation strategy and will be instrumental in driving our business initiatives forsegment growth, delivering new digital products and services, and improving customer experience. 

"With their deep knowledge of the Carrier ecosystem and strong AWS expertise, LTI is an important partner in our journey. I congratulate LTI and AWS on their strategic collaboration and look forward to accelerating transformation at Carrier."

LTI has made significant investment to build AWS expertise, having attained AWS competencies for DevOps, Migration, Data & Analytics, Financial Services, Machine Learning, Microsoft Workloads, and SAP.

Founded in 1997, LTI has more than 400 clients with operations in 31 countries, with a team of more than 35,000.

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