Tech Mahindra: building smart machines of the future

By Sean Galea-Pace
Following our interview with Vodafone Qatar in February’s edition of Supply Chain Digital, we take a closer look at one of its partners - Tech Mahindr...

Following our interview with Vodafone Qatar in February’s edition of Supply Chain Digital, we take a closer look at one of its partners - Tech Mahindra.

Tech Mahindra is a federation of companies that is bound by one purpose — to rise. The company is the highest ranked non-US company in the Forbes Global Digital 100 list for 2018 as well as placed in the 'Forbes Fab 50' companies in Asia during 2018. Tech Mahindra represents the connected world, provides innovative and customer-centric IT experiences to enable Enterprises, Associates and the Society to Rise.

As a part of the wider Mahindra Group, it operates in the key industries that drive economic growth, leading positions in tractors, utility vehicles, IT and vacation ownership. Tech Mahindra provides Next Gen Digital CX and Back Office services across several industries, such as Communication, Media & Entertainment, Retail, Healthcare, Banking, Transport, Logistics and Manufacturing, among others. The company has a clear mission statement: to build smart machines of the future. This includes solving intelligence at its primal level and then applying that intelligence to products and IPs.


In February’s feature, Hicham Nehme, Senior Supply Chain Manager at Vodafone Qatar, believes the partnership is essential and he considers it a benchmark for when establishing long-lasting collaborations with other firms. “Tech Mahindra offers innovative and customer-centric IT experiences enabling enterprises to develop their technological capabilities and deliver tangible business value,” he explains. “I visited Tech Mahindra in India and saw the importance of the human factor and how they invest in creating a professional business environment for their employees. As a supply chain expert, I always look for partners such as Tech Mahindra.” 

To read our full interview with Vodafone Qatar, click here!

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