We ensure that customer infrastructure is poised and ready to operate at the speed of business today. Our delivery model consists of three key elements: drive simplification, run predictable operations and build progressive solutions. It’s the focal point of our Global Delivery Centers, our partners and alliances and it is bringing change to our customers at an ever-faster rate.
IT complexity can sometimes slow a business down, when what businesses need today is simplified IT that allows them to act quicker.
Cognizant makes IT simpler for businesses to consume, through an engagement model-based service catalog that delivers predictable service and cost transparency. We make IT simpler to manage through domain-based integrated application and infrastructure services. We make IT simpler to procure with a sourcing model aligned to the outcomes. It means organizations can have a simplified IT landscape and can focus on delivering better business outcomes, faster.
Business has to work at speed with enhanced risk management to ensure business continuity: being reactive isn’t fast enough, they must become increasingly predictive.
Cognizant helps IT operations better manage risk to improve business continuity. We enable business process and services to be de-risked and executed quicker. We bring predictability through consistent and measurable SLAs. We provide cognitive operations based on automation and analytics, to transition companies from a reactive to a predictive model. It’s simple; greater predictability brings greater speed and continuity to business operations.
By re-imagining the possibilities of infrastructure to power the new and the different, businesses can accelerate their transformational agenda.
We’re reimagining the cloud, HybridIT and seamless provisioning to create Next Gen Data Center Services. We’re also rethinking personalization and productivity to create Next Gen Workplace Services. And because IT can enable business, organizations can rapidly deliver the new, the better, the different and the digital transformation agenda.
Why MBaaS Now
Using mobile backend as a service (MBaaS), embedded in a standard enterprise architecture, as a platform for mobile app development offers organizations development agility. MBaaS features also include mobile security, business logic, analytics and support services.
Optimizing Outcome‑Driven Change: It’s About the Process, Not the Technology
IT enablement, digitization and automation are crucial for supporting processes that are cost‑effective and value‑rich. Nonetheless, technology can only deliver these benefits if businesses understand the flaws in their processes and take steps to rectify them. Using a structured, comprehensive approach, companies can clearly define and deconstruct inefficient processes and reconstruct them to achieve the desired outcomes, a clear and quantifiable return on investment.
The Business Case for On-Demand Test Services
On‑demand services offer a superior alternative to traditional QA service delivery models by providing a pay‑per‑use approach and enabling greater operational agility.
The Role of IT in Supporting Mergers and Acquisitions
Involving IT teams early and often during mergers and acquisitions can help enterprises realize more value from the operational and market synergies that bring businesses together.
Identifying and Evaluating Winning IT Services
Evaluating IT services is notoriously tricky and increasingly essential. We present a guide and several equations for a service measurement continuum based on ease of evaluation as well as perceived benefits and costs.
Adopting the Right Software Test Maturity Assessment Model
A brief guide to software test maturity assessment models, weighing pros and cons of the TMMi Foundation certification approach vs. advisory assessment models.
Autonomics: Mastering Self-Learning and Self-Healing
IT operations automation is greatly facilitated by
self-learning, self-healing expert systems that can
resolve problems via a virtual engineer. Autonomics
is an especially powerful version of such
Coordinating Security Response and Crisis Management Planning
Security or emergency response for businesses must be tactically and strategically integrated with disaster recovery, with a plan for root cause analysis and next steps.
Transforming the Business with Outcome-Oriented IT Infrastructure Services Delivery
The alignment of IT and business objectives demands that both efficiency and growth are covered by IT infrastructures. An outcome-based model for delivering these can be based on a wide range of relevant metrics.
Creating Elastic Digital Architectures
Enterprises need to create an elastic digital architecture powered by social, mobile, analytics and cloud computing. This is needed to evolve business ecosystems and create new business capabilities, products and services that anticipate customers’ ever-changing needs.