ASEAN businesses are looking to leverage new technologies to build customer-centric organizations. However, with technology spends under tight scrutiny, there is a need to extract maximum value from existing investments while delivering business impact. Organizations are also dealing with challenges related to adoption of Big Data, Analytics, Cloud and Mobility.
As consumers rapidly adopt mobile technologies, organizations too need to design mobile strategies and manage mobile customer experience. There is also a need to standardize processes and technology. Banks, telecom companies and governments are engaging with consumers across channels – digital and physical – and need to ensure consistency in their user experience.
The increasing merger and acquisition activity across industries in the ASEAN region is also driving the need for standardization. The focus is on building efficient, resilient and agile IT platforms that can support rapid growth.
Wipro, with its innovative As-a-Service offerings and deep understanding of the region, is helping ASEAN organizations deliver on their business goals. We are a leading provider of Consulting, System Integration and Outsourcing solutions in the region. With more than 3000 employees supporting customers locally, the ASEAN region is part of Wipro’s Growth Markets portfolio and is among the fastest growing regions in the world. This growth is a result of our sharp focus on select industry sectors, strong track record of successful execution and the ability to deliver integrated solutions across various technologies, skill sets and domains.
We have been in ASEAN since 2001 and have worked with over 50 global and local players in Financial Solutions, Manufacturing & Hi-Tech, Telecom & Media, Government & Higher Education, Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals & Life Sciences and Energy, Natural Resources & Utilities industries.
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