Global Express appoints Infosys

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One of the globe’s fastest growing IT services brands, Infosys, has put a flag in the sand of the Australian logistics and supply chain market under a new partnership with Global Express.

Infosys was selected by Global Express, to separate the technology landscape following divestment from Toll Holdings Ltd.

Building on its strategic collaboration with Global Express to drive hybrid cloud-powered innovation, Infosys will leverage the established blueprints and tools from Infosys Cobalt, a set of services, solutions and platforms for enterprises to accelerate their cloud journey.

The collaboration will facilitate Infosys to set up a greenfield technology environment and migrate Global Express’ applications and services to a world-leading sustainable and energy-efficient data centre and public cloud on AWS.

Infosys will manage the end-to-end program, enabling Global Express’ transformation strategy for its transport and logistics business to deliver exceptional customer service.

Infosys, regarded as a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, has more than 300,000 staff worldwide and 40 years’ experience in managing the systems and workings of global enterprises in more than 50 countries.

 “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,” Danny Gravell, CIO, Global Express, said.

Karmesh Vaswani, Executive Vice President & Global Head Consumer, Retail & Logistics, Infosys, said Infosys was thrilled to work with Global Express. “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.”

Infosys recently acquired Portland Group for procurement strategy, category management and operating model redesign — and also has created a JV with HIPUS. 

The firm adopts a “One Infosys” integrated approach to assemble client solutions, drawing from its own ProcureEdge solution stack, and underlying Infosys digital assets, but also leveraging its tech-vendor ecosystem beyond its core S2P vendors, such as Jaggaer, SAP Ariba and Coupa. (Source Spend Matters).

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