Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has expanded its partnership with Tryg, one of the largest non-life insurance companies in the Nordic region, by adopting a future-ready technology stack and IT operating model that will accelerate its digital transformation journey.
As part of the partnership, TCS will provide mainframe hosting and operations, and implement a future-proof hybrid cloud architecture that leverages the TCS Enterprise Cloud platform to revitalize Tryg’s IT landscape and drive synergy across all areas of IT by bringing business agility, flexibility, and scalability.
Additionally, TCS will help Tryg transform its IT operations, enabling newer ways of working with the Machine First Delivery Model (MFDM) model, powered by ignio AIOps. The new IT operating model will be leaner and more efficient, with cognitive automation at its core, endowing the technology stack with a self-healing capability that will increase the availability of critical customer-facing business applications, improve operational resilience, and enhance end-user experience.
The new model will also accelerate the adoption of Agile and DevOps throughout the organization, significantly boosting Tryg’s responsiveness to shifting customer preferences, speed to market, and adaptability.
“Customer satisfaction is of paramount importance for Tryg and we continually strive to deepen our customer relations through various innovative products and services. To achieve these business objectives, we chose TCS to help us build a scalable, resilient and secure IT infrastructure,” said Anne Norklit Lonborg, CIO, Tryg.
“Globally, our customers are focusing on building greater adaptability and resilience in their systems as well as their operations. TCS is working closely with forward-looking insurers such as Tryg to accelerate their digital transformation and move towards an autonomous IT enterprise,” said Hemakiran Gupta, Business Unit Head, BFSI – Mainland Europe, TCS.