Hitachi's new automated service platform

MUMBAI: Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic, system integrator and a specialist in managing end-to-end IT infrastructure solutions and services, has announced the launch of an automated service delivery platform Hawkeye 3.0, which aims at enabling organisations to increase productivity and efficiency. The automated service delivery platform helps in simplifying IT service management through automation and empowers organisations to swiftly respond to customer needs and market changes. Through this offering, Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic has created an ecosystem that leverages the latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and machine learning to proactively manage IT systems and offer fully integrated solutions to customers.

Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic managing director Tarun Seth says, ?The exponential growth of technology advancement requires organisations to embrace digital transformation to become more efficient and sustain their competitive edge. A key aspect of this digital transformation will be maturing IT service delivery methods and increasing use of automation of service delivery. The launch of automated service delivery is in-line with Hitachi?s vision to develop world class, robust and secure service delivery products and solutions based in India. We are confident that automation in service delivery will emerge as a major growth driver for the company.?

Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic is steadily emerging as a leading system integrator in India that is preferred by CIOs because of the company?s agility, quick turnaround time and robust technical capabilities. Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic?s IT services and solutions address customers? needs throughout the lifecycle of systems ranging from consulting to system integration, operation & maintenance. These solutions and products fuse Hitachi?s extensive expertise in a diverse range of business fields that leverage advanced information technology.

?The comprehensive business intelligence technologies will help audit customers? IT infrastructure, prevent IT system failures and even interact with customers on a real-time basis and resolve issues. We believe that with the launch of automated service delivery platform, Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic is uniquely positioned to capitalise on the ubiquitous automation of service delivery,? adds Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic COO Rajan Bhandari. 

The company supports the longstanding India-Japan partnership. It believes the new wave of digital transformation will generate tremendous value for customers, improve existing services, accelerate development and create new areas of growth. Its portfolio of solutions has been carefully designed to digitally empower government, citizens as well as large and small organisations. This will be achieved by enabling these stakeholders to build, innovate and transform ? while witnessing the real business impact and experiencing results faster.

Recently, Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic established a Global Operations Centre in Gurugram to provide offshore IT operations support to companies worldwide. Furthermore, it has announced a global standard 24x7 NOC (network operations center) to assist clients? business process automation agenda and offer a dedicated team to drive end-to-end development operations. The service is available on hourly, monthly or contract-basis flexible hiring models.  

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