Key Highlights –
- With more than 10,000 consultants across its manufacturing domain expertise and a decades-long history in industrial automation, shop floor technologies, and manufacturing IT projects, Wipro's coverage spans across innovation and product life cycle (recently strengthened by the ITI acquisition), factory implementation and execution, supply chain and warehouse operations, and physical automation and robotics (recently strengthened by the PARI acquisition) via IT consulting, systems integration, application development, and IT outsourcing services.
- IDC analysis and customer interviews found that Wipro's approach is geared around close collaboration and co-innovation with customers to jointly identify problems and solutions, solid understanding of industrial processes, and an end-to-end capability to drive value across the IT-OT integration space from connected automation to ERP integration.
- Wipro's services cover a broad range of vertical markets, with a sweet spot around Industrial manufacturing, auto, metals and chemicals, high-tech, and CPG.
- The company has a broad partnership and alliance network covering some of the most important providers in the field of sensors, gateways and edge, software applications, cloud platform, analytics, and shop floor automation.
Some of the Strengths called out for Wipro –
- IDC analysis and customer opinion finds that Wipro has a competitive edge in asset digitalization– led factory transformation, to the point that it has been selected for IT/OT projects against direct competitors and over automation providers.
- Wipro is perceived by the market as a good value-for-money option.