Wipro Limited, a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, and LogiNext, a fast-growing technology company on Thursday announced that they have entered into a strategic partnership.
Under this strategic partnership, Wipro will integrate its process transformation offerings with LogiNext‘s SaaS platform to deliver an end-to-end solution for supply chain customers.
The platform aims to help clients optimise and automate their logistics operations for any last-mile deliveries or transport of smaller freights (less-than-truckload fulfilment). This will improve speed of delivery and end recipient experience, while strengthening the global supply chain infrastructure.
“We are excited to partner with LogiNext and look forward to transforming the logistics value chain to optimize cost and improve customer satisfaction. The partnership combines Wipro’s decades of business insight and experience with LogiNext’s domain expertise through their proprietary platform. Together, this will increase the output multifold and create a significant impact across markets.”~Nagendra P. Bandaru, President, Cloud and IT Infrastructure Services (CIS) & Digital Operations & Platforms (DOP), Wipro Ltd
As the pandemic had a severe impact on normal purchasing behaviour and consumer movements worldwide, global supply chains have had to bear the brunt. In order to rise from the disruptions caused by the pandemic and have a competitive advantage, there is a dire need to leave behind the existing operating model and adapt to reliable technological infrastructure.
The partnership will create unique offerings to help clients stabilise the situation, transform the current supply chain landscape and readjust to new market realities.
“We’re glad to partner with Wipro and leverage each other’s capability around new-age technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Robotic Process Automation. This will help reduce the dependency on mundane decision-making and provide an alternative to office-based work. The new trend of dark stores and warehouses has also given impetus to automating logistics and transportation. Clients and end users would benefit from a modern platform with consumer-grade user experience, making technology adoption a breeze.”~Dhruvil Sanghvi, Chief Executive Officer, LogiNext