2015 Report: Profiling Infrastructure Leaders

| April 26, 2016

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As technology continues to change at a rapid pace and digitization pushes boundaries, you must adapt your IT infrastructure as well. We believe successful enterprises with traditional IT systems now need to navigate a way to operate and evolve their infrastructure that will meet the business needs of today and tomorrow. We decided to uncover where the priorities for tomorrow’s infrastructure lie, and what gaps exist between firms that are successfully transforming traditional IT functions and those that have yet to begin. Your infrastructure must be ready to support the demands of an increasingly digital business that benefits from cloud, Big Data, social, and mobile technologies. We identified the relationship that links firms seeking real business outcomes new revenue streams, faster time to market, increased profitability and the emerging digital enterprise. That relationship is intricately connected to leveraging IT infrastructure to enable those outcomes.

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Hexaware Technologies

Hexaware is a global provider of IT & IT-enabled services with progressively increasing relevance owing to its disruptive competitiveness. The company is dedicated to delivering complex technology solutions and automation-led services through its deep domain expertise and technology specialists. Armed with a two-pronged strategy of ‘Shrink IT & Grow Digital’, it is unafraid to cannibalize its revenues to help clients ‘Shrink IT’ in commodity areas like Applications Support and Maintenance, Testing, Infrastructure Management Services and Business Process services. The ‘Grow Digital’ services assist clients in transforming their Digital journey backed by powerful, interlinked digital strategies like Robotic Process Automation, Hyper Converged Technology, Anti-Pyramid Engagement and Design Thinking.

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