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Hitachi and Virtusa partner

Hitachi, Ltd. and Virtusa have formed a new partnership to capitalize on the rapidly growing adoption of AI in financial services. The agreement to collaborate on these digital solutions was signed in April 2019.

  • 04 Jun 2019 Posted in
Increasingly, financial services companies need to implement emerging technologies like AI to stay competitive, identify new clients, and serve new markets. Combining deep domain expertise with digital solutions that use advanced technologies, including AI, can help financial services organizations accelerate customer acquisition rates, increase revenue by anticipating customer needs, and deliver personalized offerings at the right time and at the right location.

As part of the agreement, the two companies have established a dedicated joint team based in Silicon Valley. The team will develop new AI-based solutions that combine Hitachi's advanced digital technology and leading R&D capabilities with Virtusa's deep financial services industry knowledge and digital engineering expertise.

Hitachi and Virtusa plan to launch the first jointly developed AI solutions to financial services organizations in the United States by early 2020.

The two companies will jointly market these new AI solutions to both existing and new customers. Hitachi and Virtusa will also collaborate on sales, delivery, and maintenance activities.

"The establishment of a new joint team in Silicon Valley will accelerate the global expansion of digital solutions, taking advantage of both companies' strengths," said Tsugio Yamamoto, Vice President, and Executive Officer Hitachi. "Hitachi will accelerate the expansion of our solution menu working together with Virtusa, as well as the enhancement of global delivery capabilities."

"AI is an imperative for our clients to gain a competitive advantage," said Kris Canekeratne, Chairman and CEO, Virtusa. "Financial services organizations have a significant opportunity to leverage and deploy AI to gain significant competitive advantage. With this partnership and through our deep Digital capabilities, we can help more clients benefit from AI faster."
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