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HCL launches AI-powered services for enterprises

The two Artificial Intelligence-powered services are named 'DRYiCE COPA' and 'DRYiCE TAO'.

  • Published: August 17, 2017 6:00 AM IST

Global software major HCL Technologies launched two Artificial Intelligence-powered services ‘DRYiCE COPA’ and ‘DRYiCE TAO’, intended to provide process transformation platform and strategic consulting services to enterprises. ‘DRYiCE COPA’ (Cognitive Orchestrated Process Autonomics) platform uses AI-powered elements to facilitate end-to-end automation and orchestration of IT and business processes and create a ‘unified office’. Also Read - HCL acquires data management platform Datawave

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‘DRYiCE TAO’ is an autonomics and orchestration assessment and strategy consulting service aimed at helping organisations get equipped with AI-based services. Also Read - HCL net profit up 21% in Q4; projects flat growth in FY18

“For enterprises looking to rebuild their systems on the foundation of AI, we have introduced next-generation offerings and platforms, including a radical re-imagining of the traditional role of robotic process automation through ‘DRYiCE COPA’ and expert assessment and strategy consulting service ‘DRYiCE TAO’,” said Kalyan Kumar, Chief technology officer HCL Technologies, in a statement. ALSO READ: Google I/O 2017: Artificial Intelligence-first finally becomes a thing

The two services are being supported by a team of over 200 autonomics specialists, including professionals certified on cognitive platforms like ‘WorkFusion Smart Process Automation’.


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  • Published Date: August 17, 2017 6:00 AM IST

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