IBM announced that Indian FMCG company Parle Products will use its hybrid cloud and AI capabilities to drive business growth.
IBM has a relationship with Parle, implementing and managing mission-critical ERP and other workloads.
IBM said Parle will migrate SAP workloads to IBM Cloud to gain flexibility and scale to meet increasing consumer needs and IBM to work with Parle to design and manage AI-based supply chain based on its consulting and capabilities.
“By working with IBM to accelerate our journey to the cloud and strengthen security posture, we will work to uncover new ways to reduce time-to-market and streamline operations,” said Ajay Chauhan, Executive Director, Parle Products.
Parle expects to witness business growth in India and beyond through streamlining operations and achieving greater scalability to meet changing demands.
“IBM’s collaboration with Parle has brought in decades of industry and technology expertise to help realize their vision of ensuring the right products are made available in the market at the right time,” said Sandip Patel, Managing Director of IBM India.
IBM recently said its revenue rose nearly 1 percent to $17.73 billion in the quarter of 2021. Sales from its cloud computing services jumped 21 percent to $6.5 billion during the January-March period.