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Wipro’s multibillion-dollar cloud business gamble

On Tuesday, Wipro Limited, located in Bengaluru, said that it will invest $1 billion over the next three years on capabilities, acquisitions, cloud technologies, and partnerships. According to the IT giant, Wipro FullStride Cloud Services is a portfolio of cloud-related skills, products, and people that will aid customers in their transformative endeavors.

Wipro now employs over 79,000 cloud experts, with over 10,000 of them having received certification from the top cloud service providers. With Telefónica Germany/O2, Verifone, and E.ON, Wipro has announced important cloud-related contract wins in the previous year, including one of the largest agreements in the company’s history, Germany’s Metro AG. Wipro was chosen for this award because, by leveraging Google Cloud to develop industry-leading solutions, it has continuously exhibited creative thinking and exceptional customer service. These creative solutions and dedication to customer care have made the digital transition easier for our clients while also increasing operational efficiency.

CEO and managing director, Wipro in a statement Thierry Delaporte said, “Today, cloud adoption is at the core of any IT transformation initiative, and our clients have been turning to Wipro for help with this. With our $1 billion investment in cloud capabilities and the launch of Wipro FullStride Cloud Services, we are in a far stronger position to simplify, orchestrate and accelerate the cloud journey for our client.” 

The Covid-19 issue pushed businesses throughout the globe to accelerate their digital transformation activities, including expanding cloud infrastructure, resulting in a significant increase in income from digital services for India’s top-tier IT firms. During the recently ended first quarter, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys, and Wipro forecasted a significant transaction pipeline and strong demand for their digital transformation services among customers in their main markets, the United States and Europe.

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