The two companies hope to tackle the sometimes bedeviling nature of constant innovation.
HP Inc and Infosys have formed a strategic alliance to help accelerate digital transformation for the enterprise.
The two companies want to make it easier for organisations to acquire, manage, and use devices end-to-end services, enterprise applications, fleet reporting, analytics, insights and more.
To achieve this the two have launched joint Retail Point of Sale and Enterprise Device as a Services, as part of the HP Global Systems Integrator Alliance Program.
The program is designed to bring together HP and some Global Systems Integrators so that solutions can be co-developed and made available in a variety of consumption models.
“Together, HP and Infosys can improve end-customer experience, while forging deeper, more valuable relationships with joint customers across industries, enabling them to embark on their own business reinvention journeys,” said Jon Flaxman, Chief Operating Officer, HP.
The Alliance Program is set up to combat a big issue, the need for companies to bold measures to stay competitive. However, as the companies say: “Adopting new technologies is simple in theory, but bedeviling in practice. Companies are dealing with challengers greater than just IT considerations, including broader supply chain, manufacturing and transportation hurdles.
“The launch of the RPOS and Enterprise DaaS solutions validates our joint vision with HP for revolutionizing the retail industry through constant innovation, and deep analytics,” said Sandeep Dadlani, President and Head of Americas, Infosys. “Digital transformation is being steadily embraced by businesses and as this transformation evolves further, we will continue our focus to create newer experiences across industry segments.”