Infosys has launched Metaverse Foundry to help enterprises adapt to the ways of metaverse, including virtual and augmented environments for their customers, workplace, products and operations.
“The physical and virtual worlds are already smoothly and ubiquitously interwoven. The metaverse will deepen this overlap and in very experiential ways that will create abundant space for business innovation. We want to help our clients to quickly double down on those opportunities in a find-fast, learn-faster environment before they can reorient their own capabilities, processes and culture in-house to respond to this rapidly evolving space,” said Ravi Kumar S, president of Infosys.
The company has developed more than 100 use cases and templates that can help consumers discover, reuse some of those components and connect to the metaverse using the Infosys platform. Infosys is already working with clients, such as Roland Garros and Australian Open in sports.
“We will see the metaverse evolve over the period of time. But we are on that runway and catching that runway through this Foundry so that our clients can be on the runway ahead of their peers,” Kumar added.