Aspen Technology and Larsen & Toubro Infotech Partner to Accelerate Cloud Services
Aspen Technology, a provider of asset optimization software, has announced its partnership with Larsen & Toubro Infotech (LTI) to deliver AspenTech solutions through cloud services managed by LTI, which will accelerate the digitization process for industries with high capital intensive like oil and gas. sector.
This partnership enables LTI to deliver AspenTech’s performance engineering desktop solutions, such as Aspen HYSYS and Aspen Plus, as well as AspenTech’s manufacturing supply chain solutions, including Aspen Unified, Aspen PIMS- AO and Aspen Petroleum Scheduler, via the cloud.
The alliance allows industrial organizations to “ bring their own license ” to gain high-fidelity remote access to their mission-critical applications, increase compute flexibility and performance gains for more accurate and faster decision-making and accelerate the profitability of a new product. innovations.
“Our partnership with AspenTech, as a provider of managed hosting and implementation services, will create tremendous value for our mutual customers looking to improve their operational agility and thrive in the face of changing conditions,” said Sanjay Jalona , CEO and Managing Director of LTI. “We are excited to combine our expertise in cloud infrastructure and managed hosting services with AspenTech’s world-class asset optimization solutions to enable businesses to adapt to disruption.”
Antonio Pietri, President and CEO of Aspen Technology, said: “The process manufacturing industry is undergoing a significant change in the way it does business and the cloud is one of the factors supporting this. change. Our partnership with LTI provides our customers with solutions that will accelerate their digitization journey and dramatically increase overall capabilities. We are very excited about this partnership, not only for what it means for LTI and AspenTech, but also for the way we will work together for the benefit of customers. “
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