Decisyon has join hands with Genpact to deploy the Decisyon 360 Internet of Everything (IoE) platform as part of Genpact’s new generation of managed services for supply chains and asset-intensive industries.
Genpact by leveraging the Decisyon 360 platform will drive operational excellence, enhanced asset optimization, and advanced analytics by delivering software.
Genpact’s managed services help transform business value creation.
Also, Genpact clients can achieve data to insight as it provides advanced analytics to predict patterns and prescribe action at IoE scale.
Company said clients can also minimize downtime, increase capital efficiency and reduce costs.
With the new partnership Genpact will provide managed services solutions to its clients across a broad range of industries and use cases.
Company officials said Genpact’s solution architecture is supported by teams of data sciences, Lean six sigma process experts and engineers and integrates engineering based analytics, process technology and re-engineering.
Industries Corporations can apply engineering and analytics as actionable insights within their intelligent operations for discontinuous change and constant improvement.
Industries to which Genpact has provided managed service solutions are Asset optimization, failure prediction, and prescriptive maintenance; Plant floor and manufacturing process optimization; Supplier performance management and supply chain transformation; Sales, marketing and operations planning improvement; and Vendor management, logistics and channel optimization.
“The Decisyon platform will help us add value to our clients by dramatically reducing cost, complexity, and time-to-implementation,” said Paul Burton, senior vice president of Analytics and Research at Genpact.
In January Decisyon introduced the first business intelligence (BI) and performance management platform that seamlessly unifies social collaboration, analytics, planning and execution across multiple departments and operational systems with the launch of Decisyon 360.
Last year in October, Genpact in association with the Sector Skills Council and NASSCOM Foundation launched a vocational skill-building program.