Infosys Chemical Manufacturing implements a data ecosystem to streamline regulatory compliance and ensure prompt reporting across cross-border legislation. We identify compliance risks related to data protection, financial reporting, employee safety, pollution control, waste management, and the carbon footprint. Our digital solutions address gaps in compliance programs, while our stakeholder engagement plans mitigate production, financial, social, and environmental risks by defining responsibility and accountability.

Infosys aligns compliance and risk management with infrastructural facilities, which enables manufacturers of carbon-based chemicals and materials to enhance their sustainability quotient. Our digital frameworks support the principles of green chemistry as well as the circular economy. Our AI platforms, simulation models and visualization tools define net-zero pathways, be it heat-driven chemical transformation with renewable energy rather than fossil fuels, reduce the flow-on effects of slurry on biological ecosystems, or reuse packaging supplies.

Infosys Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions address the heterogeneity of chemical manufacturing via real-time visibility into physical and virtual assets, end-to-end traceability of products and supply chain operations, integrated management of data as well as processes, and predictive insights. For instance, advance notification of a pipeline leakage enables troubleshooting and inspections for instant resolution and prevention of production loss. Similarly, the ability to closely monitor the conversion of feedstock into final formulations mitigates quality issues, while automated indexing and archival of process information simplifies technical audit and reporting.


Challenges & Solutions

Domain experts and data scientists address vulnerabilities across the ecosystem to safeguard interests of constituents, including the environment.

Digital core OT systems, IT solutions, and knowledge platforms align operations with the dynamic regulatory landscape.

Proven decarbonization programs enhance product lifecycle management, including products that emit carbon at the end of the lifecycle such as plastics and synthetic textiles.