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Infosys delivers new hybrid cloud-powered program for Team Global Express

The Infosys cloud driven system for Team Global Express sits as one of its “most impactful engagements” in the Australasian region

Global next-generation digital services and consulting company Infosys has announced the integration of a new technology landscape separation program for Australian logistics operator Team Global Express (TGE).

The hybrid cloud-powered system, called Infosys Cobalt, accelerates TGE’s transition to a new environment and enhances its customer service capabilities.

Infosys says it used blueprints and tools from its Cobalt system to build on its strategic collaboration with TGE and drive hybrid cloud-powered innovation.

By establishing a greenfield technology environment, Infosys then migrated TGE’s applications and services to a sustainable and energy-efficient data centre and public cloud.

“Our partnership with Infosys enabled us to successfully set up an independent technology capability and transform our foundation technology platforms,” TGE CIO Danny Gravell says.

“We value Infosys’ thought leadership, collaborative approach and experience in implementing infrastructure and cloud transformation programs as a true strategic partner.

“By using the ready-to-use templates from Infosys Cobalt, we could complete the transformation at speed with maximum efficiency. This program has enabled us to work towards providing the best possible experience for our customers.”

More than 300 applications have been migrated to the new system with zero business impact for more than 4,000 users.

The program also involved modernising the overall technology landscape by embedding a cloud-first approach into its core business strategy to reduce the technical debt inherited from the parent organisation.

The migration involved moving 70 per cent of TGE’s applications to the cloud, improving the base infrastructure and security of the company’s systems.

“The separation program for Team Global Express presented a unique opportunity to achieve significant value,” Infosys executive vice president and global head of consumer, retail and logistics Karmesh Vaswani says.

“This complex program challenged us to not only accomplish the separation on-time and without business disruption, but also seamlessly establish a modern, secure and scalable digital foundation to accelerate TGE’s future growth.

“Leveraging our proven Infosys Cobalt cloud ecosystem and through a collaborative partnership with TGE, we successfully navigated the complexities of this program, achieving an outcome that ranks among our most impactful engagements in the Australia and New Zealand region.”

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