To jointly promote and implement integrated systems management in emerging markets
IT services provider Patni Computer Systems and Hitachi have tied up for joint promotion and implementation of integrated systems management JP1 in emerging markets outside Japan.
Hitachi’s JP1 is a suite of products aimed to centrally manage operations of an enterprise system that consists of many different environments.
Patni along with Hitachi will provide system configuration and JP1 support for Japanese and local companies in markets like India and the Middle East. Patni will build up a team of up to 100 JP1 engineers who will be responsible for providing onsite support. Additionally, Patni will join Hitachi in marketing activities of JP1.
Kent Asai, country manager of Patni in Japan, said: We are delighted to extend our relationship with Hitachi as its partner for JP1. We, at Patni, have always maintained a strong focus on the Japan and APAC market, and we see immense potential in this region. Patni has the global footprint and technical expertise to help ensure continued success for Hitachi’s JP1, and we look forward to working with them more closely.
Soichi Oyama, senior general manager of Hitachi’s software division, said: Hitachi and Patni have a long history of collaboration. I am glad that, with this collaboration in JP1 a new chapter in partnership will begin. By collaborating with Patni, who is highly reputed in providing IT services worldwide, I think, the global clientele using JP1 will feel highly secure.