Wipro declared the accessibility of its Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions on AWS (Amazon Web Services). The AI-supported, on-demand solutions of Wipro on AWS will oversee critical supply chain procedures and make improved operational efficiency, superior customer experience, and productivity for enterprise customers.
As a section of this association, solutions of Wipro such as Wipro HOLMES E-KYC, Wipro HOLMES Machine Learning for Contract solutions, and Wipro HOLMES Machine Learning for Accounts Payable Auditor will be supported by AWS. Customers will leverage from the collective strengths of the automation platform and AI—AWS Ml & AI services and Wipro HOLMES. Additionally, customers will be capable of accessing Wipro HOLMES E-KYC Financials Extractor and Wipro HOLMES E-KYC Controller Extractor for Machine Learning on AWS Marketplace.
In the APN (AWS Partner Network), the company is a Premier Consulting Partner. The Director for AWS Marketplace at Amazon Web Services, Inc., Garth Fort, stated, “At AWS, our aim is to place ML in the hands of each developer. One, with AWS Marketplace, can discover, navigate, and set up the ML models required to develop intelligent applications to drive innovation. The ML and AI solutions leveraging AWS SageMaker and Wipro HOLMES assist clients to implement AI to compliance, supply chain, procurement, and other domains.”
Wipro has applied its Wipro HOLMES Machine Learning for Accounts Payable Auditor solution, supported by AWS, for the GTAA (Greater Toronto Airports Authority). Vendor payment transactions are audited by the solution to vigorously identify process inconsistencies, recognize outliers, and thwart payment leakage in the procure-to-pay process of the firm.
Likewise, recently Wipro Limited also declared the introduction of its Industrial Internet of Things Centre of Excellence in Kochi, India. The Centre of Excellence signifies Wipro’s vow to building innovative IIoT solutions that extend across the technology stack for its users in the automotive, industrial manufacturing, consumer products & goods, pharmaceutical & healthcare, and utilities space.