LTI Launches LTI Canvas To Enable Work From Anywhere.
-CT News Desk
India: Larsen and Toubro InfoTech (LTI) is a global technology consulting and digital solutions company. It is a bundle of Microsoft Technologies and LTI solutions and is based on microservices. It streamlines processes like software development support transition knowledge management infrastructure management and information security.
LTI has launched LTI Canvas, a modern software engineering platform that addresses the critical need for enabling work from anywhere. It is an integrated platform and it brings together various tools, processes, methodologies to drive technology and business outcomes where teams are operating in a distributed environment. It can help organizations improve their effectiveness to innovate in a remote or hybrid environment. Further it helps IT professionals across industries to collaborate easily and stay productive.
Nachiket Deshpande, COO, and Executive Board Member, LTI said “The pandemic has forced enterprises to rethink their approach to business continuity and employee productivity with hybrid work environment gaining quick traction, we designed LTI canvas as an integrated platform that allows software engineering to be delivered remotely. It drives impactful interventions and also enables upstream processes like solutioning, requirement workshops and transitions to be carried out remotely. LTI is our design for the future of software engineering.”
Meetul Patel, Executive Director, Strategic growth Microsoft India stated “We are inspired by our customers and partners who are harnessing digital tools to navigate the emerging environment across industries and geographies. Microsoft Azure and advanced technologies will help securely accelerate tech intensity across organisations and enable the innovations that can re-imagine the workplace. We are pleased to partner with LTI on LTI canvas which has a unique layered approach to achieve the best outcomes for organisations.”
LTI Canvas approaches everything from home (xFH) in five layers each with a specific set of tools, governance and outcomes. Five layers are Operational from home (efficient remote working), Secured from home (secure connectivity), Engaged from home (active collaboration with remote workforce), Productive from home (high output levels) and Growth from home (both personal and organisational level).