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Tech Mahindra opens Bangalore centre to boost IIoT

Facility was conceived and jointly developed by Tech Mahindra and PTC

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The centre of excellence is based in Bangalore, often described as India's Silicon Valley
The centre of excellence is based in Bangalore, often described as India's Silicon Valley

PTC and Tech Mahindra have opened an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) innovation centre at Tech Mahindra’s headquarters in Bangalore, India.

 

The facility is designed to showcase the technology that companies can use for digital transformations.

 

Tech Mahindra is outfitting the facility with offerings from PTC’s technology portfolio, including the ThingWorx Industrial IoT platform.

 

Tech Mahindra is a longstanding PTC partner and will advise customers on how ThingWorx and other PTC technology can enable them to generate business value. As the facility evolves, Tech Mahindra and PTC also plan to use ThingWorx to develop vertical-specific solutions to address mutual customers’ needs and challenges.

 

“Companies continue to invest significant resources in transforming their businesses, and it’s important for them to have clear direction for their journey and the right technology to utilise,” said Catherine Kniker, chief revenue officer, platform business, PTC.

 

“We are pleased to partner with Tech Mahindra for this IoT centre of excellence, to demonstrate how ThingWorx and other PTC technology can empower a broad and diverse customer base to accelerate their transformations and achieve value faster.”

 

The centre was conceived and jointly developed by Tech Mahindra and PTC. Tech Mahindra chose to partner with PTC as the primary technology provider because of the breadth of the ThingWorx platform and the longstanding success of PTC solution offerings, including computer-aided design (CAD) and product lifecycle management (PLM).

 

As a system integrator partner with PTC, Tech Mahindra is trained to both develop and implement solutions based on PTC technology. While located in India, the facility is expected to draw a global customer base.

 

“Companies continue to invest significant resources in transforming their businesses, and it’s important for them to have clear direction for their journey and the right technology to utilise,” said Catherine Kniker, chief revenue officer, platform business, PTC.

 

“We are pleased to partner with Tech Mahindra for this IoT centre of excellence, to demonstrate how ThingWorx and other PTC technology can empower a broad and diverse customer base to accelerate their transformations and achieve value faster.”

 

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