Infosys, the software giant, this week declared that it has been chosen by Proximus, the Belgium-located telecommunications behemoth, to put into practice a business alteration program targeted at catering to advanced digital user experiences for its enterprise customers. As fraction of this program, Infosys has been handed over with the joint ownership and overall responsibility of the Greenfield Excite program, which comprised remodeling and simplifying the portfolio of the company of goods for the professional services industry, the firm claimed.
Rajesh Krishnamurthy, Head of Energy, Utilities, Telecommunications & Services and Infosys President, claimed to the reporters through this program that the firm will be using its core expertise and capabilities all over its service offerings to assist Proximus digitize and simplify its operations, while streamlining its driving efficiencies and product offerings. The multi-year program will make stronger leadership of Proximus in professional services industry by streamlining processes, substituting legacy IT systems, and deploying improved tools for quoting, the Bengaluru-located Infosys claimed to the media in an interview.
It will also make stronger ordering, selling, invoicing, billing, and more, the firm further added in its statement. “We have embarked on the Excite business alteration program that will additionally improve and supply new experiences of digitalization for our enterprise customers,” claimed Bart Van Den Meersche, the Chief Enterprise Market Officer of Proximus, to the media in an interview this week.
“In the course of the upcoming couple of years, we need to administer all professional goods via digital interfaces that are easy to use,” he claimed to the media. The program also comprises realigning business operations and organization surrounding it, and digitizing business payments, Infosys claimed to the media. To attain this, the program will merge almost over 40 legacy IT systems into 6 fresh healthy platforms to allow enhanced product lifecycle management, it claimed.