Infosys’ AI-platform Nia has seen several ups and downs since its launch during the tenure of Vishal Sikka as CEO but has gained traction after the leadership team was strengthened.
Infosys’ subsidiary EdgeVerve, which runs Nia, is now looking at simplifying the entire AI pipeline – from managing data, building AI models, testing and training models, managing the models, to giving enterprise-scale and security.
Nia which competes with TCS’ Ignio and Wipro’s HOLMES, did not have a smooth run initially especially after Sikka left. “It is quite natural because after Sikka left, there was a period of uncertainty which caused some concern over the consumer base,” said Sanchit Vir Gogia, the chief analyst, founder and CEO of Greyhound Research.
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