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Tata Consultancy Service Has Been Booked For Developing The First Ever ‘Neural Automation System’


10/05/2015


The first ever “neural automation system” will be developed by Tata Consultancy Service.



London – 02 October 2015 – A “British mutual financial institution” has entered into a partnership with the “Tata Consultancy ServicesBSE 2.01 %”, one of the major IT firms, which was announced by the latter on the 29th of September 2015.
 
The partnership has been formed on the basis that the latter will develop a “neural automation system” which will be capable of mechanizing and optimising “IT operations” along with the required process of any given enterprise.
 
The Tata Consultancy Services were selected by the “Nationwide Building Society” for being the “Software platform ignio” which will be delivering for the first time in the world the “neural automation system” that will utilised by IT enterprises.
 
According to a statement issued by the Tata Consultancy Service, the endeavour of developing the neural automation system is a “part” of its continuous efforts of transforming “its technology and operations”.
 
Nationwide Building Society is the largest “building society” in the world that supplies a “wide range of products” to the customers. Moreover, the company also understands:
“...the importance of deploying new services rapidly and increasing the resilience of its digital solutions”.
 
While, the Nationwide Building Society’s head of “Integration and Transition” programme, Mike Pighills stated:
"Moving all of our services on to a digital platform, while ensuring a high level of resilience and agility, is a major priority for Nationwide."
 
The design of Ignio will be done keeping in mind the functions of automation and optimisation, whereby all the processes and operation of an IT enterprise can improve on their speed and enhance flexibility. Simultaneously, Ignio will also reduce the risk related to operational aspects will improving on the “user experience”.
 
The platform of Ignio has received its inspiration from the human nervous system along with “machine learning and other digital technologies”. Consequently, Ignio will be capable of sensing, thinking and acting whereby it can constantly continue to “learn and adapt” as per the context and requirements of respective enterprises.





References:
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com
 







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