Recently, Larsen & Toubro InfoTech (hereinafter referred to as “LTI”), a global technology consulting and digital solutions company, launched LTI canvas.
It is reported that LTI canvas is an integrated platform that brings together many processes, tools and methods, and can promote technical and commercial success when the team works with the help of a distributed environment. At the same time, the software engineering platform can also meet the urgent needs of supporting work anywhere.
As a flexible digital platform, LTI canvas can help organizations improve their effectiveness and innovation in a remote / hybrid environment. LTI canvas brings together a series of Microsoft technologies and LTI solutions to help IT professionals from all walks of life cooperate easily and maintain high work efficiency. This new platform is based on the microservice architecture, using Microsoft platforms such as azure and Microsoft 365 (including teams and other platforms) and LTI’s ways of working solution stack.
LTI canvas can simplify processes such as software development, support, transition, knowledge management, infrastructure management and information security. It can combine the capabilities of cloud, agile, Devops (development, operation and maintenance), design thinking using artificial intelligence / machine learning and analysis.
Meetul Patel, executive director of strategic development at Microsoft India, said: “We are encouraged by customers and partners who are using digital tools to adapt to emerging environments in different industries and regions. Microsoft azure and advanced technology will help safely accelerate the technical strength of organizations and support innovation that can re imagine the workplace. We are happy to cooperate with LTI on LTI canvas, which is unique The best results have been achieved for organizations that develop the ability to work anywhere. “
Beyond the narrow scope of work at home (WFH), LTI canvas tends to do everything at home (XFH) in a five-tier way. Each tier has a specific series of tools, governance methods and results. The first layer addresses the core requirements of “operational from home” and supports employees to carry out remote work quickly and efficiently. The second layer provides secure connection options for “secured from home”. The third layer helps maintain the “engaged from home” status and supports active cooperation with remote labor forces. The fourth layer helps to increase the workload and realize “productive from home”. The last layer supports “growth from home” at the individual and organizational levels, which can be expanded appropriately.
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