Tata consultancy Services (TCS) said it has partnered with iRise, an enterprise visualization and simulation company, to launch business process innovation, simulation and visualization as a service (VaaS).
TCS’ new offering will enable customers to realize business solution faster by accelerating time to value.
This will help enterprises achieve business agility through integration of rapid simulation and visualization capability into TCS’ already established software development processes.
The company said its VaaS offerings on iRise 10 software will enable customers to precisely collaborate on application design, user scenarios and specifications that drive development of business requirements, while covering all critical stages of customers’ business initiatives.
Recently launched, iRise 10 brings iRise’s collaborative prototyping and requirements features to the browser, allowing enterprises to scale creation, distribution and collaboration of visualizations. The new web-based capabilities are fast, easy and intuitive.
iRise 10 simplifies and accelerates software development lifecycle by allowing users to collaborate on requirements, designs and prototypes online, in real time.
Tata Group’s business solution lab is also creating process innovation through a new visualization centre for excellence (VCoE), which will provide inter-operable platforms on a private cloud for driving faster adoption of niche technologies and innovation with technology interoperability, across various industries.
This CoE, within TCS’ Business Solution Unit, will create visualizations that deliver value for deployment of all interoperable solutions at TCS, including proofs of concepts and technologies.
This approach will enable joint TCS and iRise to bring first time right business processes, software and development methodologies, product engineering and expertise and guidance, as well as best practices to the VCoE.
“TCS and iRise’s partnership enables customers to drive agility on business critical initiatives including business analytics, big data, connected network and real time intelligence,” said Raman Venkatraman, global head of alliances and technology unit, TCS.