Information technology major Wipro is betting big on Cloud computing, analytics and mobility to deliver a big push to its business in the next three years.
The company's short-term focus is on Cloud, analytics and mobility as these three will see a massive deployment over the next three years, said Anurag Srivastava, chief technology officer, Wipro."The pilot projects have been successful and a big scale rollout is just around the corner. Of course, small companies' adoption of these technologies will be very different from the way the big customers take to these."
The Cloud revenues in India are projected to be more than $3 billion by 2015 according to IDC.
"These three play a big role when integrated. Data is growing by the day and it takes a lot of space and money for storage. Analytics combined with Cloud is a great way to streamline business processes. I see a huge potential in this," said Srivastava.
Wipro is working closely with technology partners such as Microsoft and public Cloud providers and mobility device providers in building reusable assets and IPs, thereby making sure robustness of service and prompt delivery to clients.
Wipro has already set up 1,000-strong core team to focus on these three services.
Wipro has built its own internal Cloud platform and tried these stacks and applications within the organisation for training the staff and help them develop capabilities and competency.