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Please visit the COVID-19 response page for resources and advice on managing through the crisis today and beyond.

Turning chaos into a catalyst

Navigate through the COVID crisis and emerge with a commanding position in your industry.

Don’t just bounce back, leap forward

The coronavirus has brought a new future into sharp focus. While businesses still face the same challenges as before, the scale, nature and pace of change has accelerated. Companies that proactively manage this crisis will emerge stronger than those that assume an eventual return to business as usual. To help, we’ve created a series of “no-regret” offerings for companies that are ready to bounce back—and leap forward.

Our offerings

  • Virtual workplace

    Work anywhere, deliver everywhere
    Virtual work shouldn’t make employees feel remote. To maintain engagement and productivity, you need virtual workplace solutions designed with workers in mind—powered by resilient, secure productivity/collaboration tools, connectivity and infrastructure. Enable workers to adapt to new customer behaviors and working environments. Mitigate security and compliance risks. Be virtual. Be secure. Be resilient.


    Can your virtual workplace feel like Utopia?

    Virtual work has gone from perk to priority. For many, the shift has been problematic. Until now. Welcome to Remotopia, a place that looks completely new—but feels very familiar.


    Cognizant named “Leader” among digital workplace service providers

    With the workplace disruptions of 2020, find out why Cognizant was named as Leader in Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix® for Digital Workplace Service Providers 2020.


    Deliver a unified virtual work experience

    The idea of "taking work home with you" has evolved into something completely new. So how can organizations maintain distance without their workforce growing more distant? This 1-minute video explains.

  • Virtual software engineering

    Deliver definitive experiences—built virtually
    Software matters now more than ever. Organizations that meet changing needs quickly—and accurately predict emerging trends—will thrive. As a business leader, you know this. Today, great software experiences are a key differentiator, and we build software that drives business outcomes for the modern business, from virtually anywhere.


    Change is a constant. Master it.

    Recent events have shown how dramatic and unpredictable change can be. Organizations who embrace change and prepare for uncertainty have the edge. See how software readiness makes you a change navigator.


    Delivering resilient, adaptable software

    Highly resilient, adaptable software went from “nice to have” to a critical business need overnight. Explore the 3 strategic imperatives you need to consider to effectively adapt your approach.

  • Data modernization

    Transform data into a competitive advantage
    The pandemic has exposed cracks in how companies manage data. By modernizing their data and analytics infrastructure—making it more accessible, powerful and trustworthy—companies can deliver near-term cost savings and lay the foundation for future transformation efforts, including the adoption of artificial intelligence.


    How can you harness the power of data?

    In less than two minutes, you can see how leading companies use modern data platforms to pinpoint bottlenecks, optimize inventory, streamline pricing, create hyper-personalized experiences and more.


    7 companies. 6 industries. Real data success.

    Banking. Travel/Hospitality. Life Sciences. Retail. Consumer Goods. Energy/Utilities. Explore how companies across each of these sectors modernize data to eliminate silos, increase revenue, improve service and decrease costs.


    How to accelerate business change using data and AI

    AI poses as many challenges as opportunities. Here are a few common characteristics we’ve seen among businesses that have realized success with data and AI.

  • Cloud acceleration

    Accelerate migration and minimize disruption
    The disruption caused by COVID-19 caught many organizations off guard, with outdated infrastructure incapable of handling a dispersed workforce and an increased demand for digital services. By accelerating cloud adoption and moving applications and data to the cloud, enterprises can minimize disruption, improve productivity and increase resiliency—in as little as 30 days.
  • Marketing operations

    Get more out of your marketing spend
    COVID-19 has created an unpredictable business landscape that marketers must navigate with constantly shrinking budgets. To do this, outdated models are being replaced with automated, AI-driven approaches capable of handling everything from campaign execution and content management to marketing technology optimization and analytics. The result? Increased agility, reduced costs and deeper customer connections.


    Marketing automation boosts sales and loyalty

    Learn how this luxury car company integrated data and automated marketing to increase email open and click-through rates by 2X—and generate 50% more sales prospects in the first year alone.


    Consumers are ready for immersive ads. Are you?

    The barriers to immersive advertising are falling fast—AR adoption is up, technology costs are down and media platforms now support hyper-personalized storytelling. Find out how you can get started.


    Digital tech is rewriting the marketing rulebook

    Discover how advanced digital technologies help marketers reduce costs, improve agility, automate repeatable functions and deliver the right content at the right time—to customers who are ready to buy.

  • Safe buildings

    Inspire trust and confidence in your physical space
    As businesses reopen, many struggle with creating environments that feel welcoming and safe—because the solution is more complex than floor markers and acrylic dividers. To inspire real trust and mitigate risk, you’ll need physical and digital connections that proactively monitor and maintain health and safety while using data insights to adapt for the future.


    Maintain a safer, smarter, healthier workplace

    Join Cognizant and Joseph Allen—co-author of HBR’s Healthy Buildings and a leading urban resilience expert—to discuss how smarter buildings help businesses adapt to uncertainty and mitigate risk in meaningful, demonstrable ways.


    Make buildings smarter without starting over

    Discover how to leverage what you already have, identify what you need and integrate new technologies to proactively manage health and safety across all of your facilities.


    5 measurable actions to consider as you reopen

    Physical distancing alerts. Temperature screenings. Air quality sensors. These are just a few of the physical and digital cues businesses can deploy to help people feel safer and more protected.


Serving customers by looking forward as well as back is a big promise, but the power of today’s new digital capabilities is vast and growing.

Let’s talk about how digital can work for your business.

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