Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (Honda 2Wheelers India) has announced its exclusive collaboration with Kyndryl, world’s largest IT (Information Technology) infrastructure services provider, to elevate its IT and security transformation journey across its manufacturing plants.
At present, Kyndryl manages infrastructure services for plant production applications, enterprise and dealer management systems for all the dealers.
The OEM says bringing operational efficiency with an agile and improved customer service experience, the renewed alliance with Kyndryl will improve infrastructure manageability and uptime through increased automation as well as enhance its cybersecurity and resiliency.
Furthermore it will enhance HMSI’s business applications and IT systems’ availability, the new partnership will integrate an on-demand Disaster Recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) set-up for minimal outage and production loss during a crisis impacting HMSI’s primary data centre.
Atsushi Ogata, MD, President & CEO, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India said, “At HMSI, we are glad to announce our exclusive technological partnership with Kyndryl India. Their in-depth knowledge of HMSI’s business functions pillaring upon complex IT systems is what precisely makes them a trusted advisor for our operations in India. Moving forward, the new synergy will enable us with better business availability and operations predictability while infusing a more agile IT environment that serves our customers and partners better.”
Lingraju Sawkar, President, Kyndryl India said, “In an increasingly competitive ecosystem staying ahead of the curve and anticipating business and operational challenges is paramount. Kyndryl’s proven expertise in infrastructure management, automation, and cloud transformation, coupled with a deep understanding of HMSI’s critical operations allows us to anticipate and structure a resilient and agile framework for the future. We are excited to expand on our collaboration with HMSI as they further unlock the potential of true digital transformation within their India operations.”
During a disaster, Kyndryl’s Cloud Resiliency Orchestration tool will bring HMSI’s primary data centre to a fully operational state in a matter of seconds, and its resiliency architecture will span seismic zones for added flexibility to systems during a customer demand surge.