The Infosys Industrial Manufacturing practice implements integrated application architecture to connect computational resources, datasets, discrete processes, and third-party systems in a secure environment. The integrated architecture ingests enterprise, operational and transactional data, and supports batch, event and stream data processing. Further, a collaborative ecosystem of multidisciplinary industrial applications improves integrated business planning, portfolio management, and application management. Our integration programs are designed to achieve simplicity, scalability, modularity, and interoperability of the network architecture to drive fluid digital operations.
Our comprehensive Agile and DevOps governance framework enables maturity assessment to identify specific business requirements and challenges. It incorporates a library of tools, accelerators and templates for industrial manufacturing enterprises to accelerate rollout. The Infosys framework spans the Agile delivery cycle - continuous integration, delivery, deployment, testing, and release on demand.
Infosys leverages web-based APIs and microservices for seamless application integration. In addition, it rationalizes costs by minimizing point-to-point integrations for legacy systems. Our team defines the taxonomy, structure and components, and maps interrelationships between components in the integrated architecture. Significantly, strategic collaboration with technology suppliers and certification bodies enrich our customized solutions.
An integrated architecture helps industrial manufacturing enterprises gain better control of applications for design, engineering, production, installation, field services, maintenance, and supply chain operations. Moreover, enterprise portals for integrated data access allow heterogeneous users and cross-functional teams to share knowledge and capitalize on business opportunities.
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Our readiness framework empowers manufacturers to identify and adopt digital technologies that maximize value of servitization programs.
Fluid data systems and IT-driven processes automate real-time data transfer between devices, applications, processes, and systems.
Integrated architecture provides a consolidated view of structured, unstructured and streaming data, and enables in-memory data aggregation as well as real-time analytics based on a single version of truth.
Virtualization, cloud deployment and software componentization enable aggregation and reusability across applications.