Embracing the future of innovation with agility, simplicity, and design-thinking
Infosys works with clients to develop innovative products and services to amplify impact and accelerate growth. With innovation at the heart of what we do, our product innovation strategy comprises three core elements:
Design thinking: A way of thinking that simultaneously considers customer empathy, technological feasibility, and economic viability. Infosys has formally partnered with the Stanford school to bring these techniques to clients who seek to bring products to the market effectively.
Agility: Provides flexibility to cause changes during product development, bringing products closer to customer experience. Being agile also helps weed out unwanted elements and accelerates time to market (TTM).
Simplicity: A key component of change and a catalyst for collaboration and product simplification, including content and processes of product development, launch, and management. This technique achieves maximum functional performance when using cost-effective material.
We bring all three elements together to identify new product and innovation opportunities through a combination of software, hardware, and services.
We help clients translate strategy into execution through service offerings, innovation networks, and thought leadership.
- Extend product innovation beyond traditional PLM to improve revenue and margin
- R&D transformation acts as fuel for growth
- Product effectiveness comprises customer empathy, technical feasibility, and economic viability
- Product strategy and idea acceleration
- Rapid prototyping and innovation labs
- Co-development and launch
- R&D centers with 1,000+ people; output incorporates patents, best-in-class frameworks and models
- Process control baselines provide benchmarking and best practices for product development and management
- Standards include CMMI, PCMM, BS 7799, TL 9000, ISO 13485, ISO14001, MBNQA, Six Sigma, AS 9100, BSI
- Leverage Infosys experience in the co-creation process to convert intellectual capital into client business value