Infosys to Support LANXESS' IT Infrastructure Transformation, Enable a Modern and Globally Harmonized Workplace

Infosys | July 20, 2020

Infosys to Support LANXESS' IT Infrastructure Transformation, Enable a Modern and Globally Harmonized Workplace
Infosys (NYSE: INFY), the global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, today announced a strategic long term partnership with LANXESS, a leading specialty chemicals company manufacturing chemical intermediates, additives, specialty chemicals headquartered in Germany. Infosys will support LANXESS in its IT Infrastructure Digitization strategy and enable its global workforce spread across 33 countries with a secure and fully managed modern workplace.

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Deepak Advani, General Manager, Cloud & Smarter Infrastructure , IBM talks about the common point of view between IBM and Ciso that drives the collaboration around Application Centric Infrastructure.

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Deepak Advani, General Manager, Cloud & Smarter Infrastructure , IBM talks about the common point of view between IBM and Ciso that drives the collaboration around Application Centric Infrastructure.

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