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WiPro partners with DataRobot to deliver accessible AI

The partnership will help customers to become AI-driven enterprises

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IT, consulting and business process services firm Wipro has announced a new global strategic partnership with augmented intelligence specialist DataRobot

The collaboration will deliver augmented intelligence at scale to help customers become AI-driven enterprises and accelerate their business impact, the company said.

Through the combination of DataRobot’s augmented intelligence platform and Wipro's expertise in enterprise AI, the pair aim to streamline the process of infusing AI-led intelligence into customer business decisions and boost their bottom line.

“Wipro is committed to helping clients in their journey to become intelligent enterprises and implement AI at scale,” explained Harish Dwarkanhalli, president of Applications & Data at Wipro. “Our approach is to simplify AI deployment in enterprises using a democratised methodology and utilising diverse skill sets to collaborate with our technology partners along with our Wipro Holmes AI platform. 

“We are excited to work with DataRobot, a leader in this segment, to further enhance the value we create for our customers.”

DataRobot’s enterprise AI platform democratises data science with end-to-end automation for building, deploying, and managing machine learning models. The offering aims to help maximise business value by delivering AI at scale and optimising performance over time.

Wipro says its collaboration with DataRobot will strengthen its partner ecosystem in the dynamic enterprise AI segment, as well as highlight its commitment to making AI accessible.

Additionally, it hopes the platform will empower key stakeholders across organisations to conduct cutting edge data science at an enterprise level.

“As leaders in AI, Wipro and DataRobot are perfectly suited for collaboration,” commented Gardner Johnson, Vice President, Worldwide Channels at DataRobot. “We couldn’t be more excited about our partnership with Wipro as we bring the power of AI to more organisations.”

Tom Reuner, Senior Vice President at HFS Research, said the collaboration is “all about accelerating the operationalisation of AI across the enterprise”. 

“By helping clients to set up AI CoEs and to institutionalise MLOps methodologies, Wipro and DataRobot drive best practices and speed up automation,” he said. “The joint effort on Data Science legacy modernisation provides a clear differentiation in the market.”

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