Enabling Engineering Digital Thread on AWS for Carrier
How Infosys and AWS are transforming Carrier’s engineering solutions on the cloud
Cloud is redesigning manufacturing enterprises for a resilient future. Organizations are leveraging the cloud to not only bring agility and cost variability into their operations but also boost market responsiveness. With the need for an enterprise-wide digital continuity strategy on the rise, companies should enable the complete digital thread of engineering on the cloud.
Hear from Fayaz Mohammed, Associate Director – Engineering Systems at Carrier; Abhijit Chattopadhyay, Senior Sales Director – Engineering Services at Infosys; and Manish Yashvant, Senior Partner Development Manager at AWS, who share their thoughts on how the cloud can help reduce time to market, improve business agility and lower total cost of ownership (TCO) of operations. In a panel discussion conducted as a part of AWS for Industrial Web Day, the three leaders also discussed the migration of PTC Windchill PLM on AWS including plans to rollout Creo CAD and CAE applications in the same environment.
Highlights from the discussion:
- Infosys was instrumental in setting up a hybrid cloud for Carrier and hosting 15+ engineering applications on the cloud. Abhijit Chattopadhyay from Infosys explained why digital thread is a strategic imperative for organizations today and how it integrates people, processes, places and products digitally. Further, Abhijit elucidated Infosys’ partnership with Carrier and its cloud migration journey.
- Fayaz Mohammed from Carrier spoke about their complex ecosystem, which includes dozens of engineering applications, and has several thousand users distributed globally. “We wanted to team up with the right engineering cloud partner to build a futuristic solution that could promise our engineers a reliable system. At Infosys, we found exactly that. The Infosys team delivered exceptional value to Carrier’s engineering systems with their deep PLM and AWS cloud capabilities,” Fayaz said. In addition, he threw light on the business values delivered by cloud, including operational security, reliability, performance, and cost.
Watch the video here.