MUMBAI, December 08, 2021: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, has been recognized as a Leader in the NelsonHall NEAT for Digital Manufacturing Services1.
TCS has been positioned as a Leader in the Digital Manufacturing Services – Overall, NextGen Services Capability and Monitoring and Security Capability. According to the report, TCS’ digital twin offerings include connected products, connected operations, and connected worker use cases, and it is increasingly investing in self-aware models.
TCS digital manufacturing build services around AR/VR, industrial automation and robotics, and additive manufacturing have been recognized as key strengths. The report goes on to say that TCS brings skills and capabilities, including design thinking and digital technologies such as analytics and AI, complementing its digital manufacturing capabilities.
“Progressive manufacturers are partnering with TCS to leverage Digital Twins, computer vision, robotics, and 3D printing to improve manufacturing operations, and make it resilient, adaptable and self-aware. Our investments in innovative and new age technologies, next-gen manufacturing solutions, and diverse partner ecosystem coupled with our strong contextual and domain knowledge, make us a preferred strategic partner to these customers in their growth and transformation journeys,” said Regu Ayyaswamy, Global Head, Internet of Things & Digital Engineering, TCS. “This Leadership recognition is a reflection of our vision, strategy, capabilities, and market success in driving large scale transformations.”
TCS’ IoT business framework ‘Bringing Life to Things™’ helps customers build predictive and self-aware systems that can sense and intelligently respond to changes in the physical environment. Using this framework, organizations can create new, boundaryless and pervasive business models, seamless customer experiences, optimized and responsive value chains, as well as enhance safety and security at the workplace.
TCS leverages its unique consulting-led Value Discovery approach that brings together the right business stakeholders from across functional groups of customer organizations to create their digital factory vision, advanced manufacturing strategy and roadmaps. The company’s Industry 4.0 expertise and experience across industries enable it to construct and drive a path to exponential value for its customers with relevant use cases.
TCS offers a comprehensive portfolio of digital manufacturing related intellectual property and services spanning consulting, design, development, verification and validation, deployment and system integration, and managed services and support. Its proprietary digital manufacturing solutions for operations transformation, focused on achieving an autonomous or lights out factory vision, are being adopted by customers across manufacturing, consumer products and goods, automotive, aerospace, energy, utilities, healthcare, life science and hi-tech industries. These include:
- TCS I4T Framework: A comprehensive framework to assess value through the realization phases of an Industry 4.0 transformation journey. It helps identify automation and digital opportunities across the manufacturing and supply chain operations. It focuses on understanding the customer’s productivity, cost, digitization, and sustainability drivers, and through value analysis and organizational change readiness frameworks, provides visibility on opportunities that can increase revenue, reduce costs, and improve margins.
- TCS OT Cybersecurity Framework: A digitized framework for manufacturing plants that provides complete visibility into the current security posture and the roadmap to adopt a robust security model. In the current scenario where OT security is of paramount importance, this framework helps in keeping plants safe.
- TCS Gen 4-Work-AR: An IoT-based connected worker mixed reality solution to provide real-time contextual information for better decision support, augmented collaboration with remote teams and enhanced operational efficiency at the work site.
“TCS continues to invest in its digital manufacturing service portfolio, and takes a systematic approach across offerings to bring depth and delivery repeatability,” said Dominique Raviart, IT Services Practice Manager, NelsonHall. “TCS excels at offerings that combine an assessment of the client with IP that differentiates TCS’ capabilities from competitors.”