Lanxess selects Infosys for its Digital Transformation journey


Lanxess has now entered into a long term partnership with Infosys to transform its IT infrastructure and build a digital workplace due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Lanxess is a leading chemical firm producing chemical additives and intermediates. It clocks annual sales revenue of $8 billion.

Executive Opinion

Jasmeet Singh, Executive Vice President and Global Head of Manufacturing, Infosys, said, "Germany is a very strategic market for Infosys and an important part of our localization strategy in Europe. In today's world, digital workplace as a service is becoming increasingly relevant for all our clients' transformation journeys, and we are glad to be partnering with LANXESS to enable their transition to a modern digital workplace. This partnership will deliver next-gen service operations with self-heal, self-help, and automation-driven solutions. With deep expertise in executing large transformation programs for global clients, along with advanced digital solutions, we look forward to helping LANXESS reimagine their workplace to drive increased collaboration and productivity."

Kai Finke, CIO of LANXESS, said, "Standardized and harmonized workplace services will enable us to increase our service quality and usability on a global basis as well as increase flexibility and scalability which nowadays are getting more and more important. Working with Infosys will allow us to implement state-of-the-art-technologies faster and thus bring LANXESS to the next level regarding workplace services, enhancing our collaboration and mobility capabilities."

Lanxess and Infosys Deal

Infosys will help Lanxess to digitize its IT infrastructure, thus helping its workforce solutions for its more than 14000 strong workforces spread across the 33 countries.

The deal will see the Infosys setting up an end-user centric approach workplace with a standard device and workplace landscape based on a device as a Service (DaaS) construct.

The solution is backed by the unified communication and collaboration platform that will see an AI-powered service desk operating from India and Europe.

Digital workplaces as a service have become an essential part of client transformation journeys. The company will deliver the next-generation service operations with self-heal, self-help, and automation driven solutions to the German firm.

Just a few days back, Old National Bank selected Infosys for its Digital Transformation journey.
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