Personifying Web 2.0: WorkLight and Tata team up for desktop gadgetry, collaborative gizmos

A new alliance will yield solutions to securely engage customers, partners, and employees through consumer Web 2.0 tools such as Facebook, iGoogle, iPhone apps, desktop gadgets, RSS, and more. Enabling secure, personalized, and enterprise-grade interactions beyond the portal, users are expected to gain a real business edge by increasing the value of their existing infrastructures.
By Manufacturing Business Technology Staff November 13, 2008

WorkLight and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) are partnering for solutions that will securely engage customers, partners, and employees through consumer Web 2.0 tools such as Facebook, iGoogle, iPhone apps, desktop gadgets, RSS, and more. Enabling secure, personalized, and enterprise-grade interactions beyond the portal, users are expected to gain a real business edge by increasing the value of their existing infrastructures.

The two companies will focus on key vertical markets including pharmaceuticals, business and IT services, and more. Relying on WorkLight’s flagship product, the WorkLight Server, and TCS services, companies will now be able to:



“There is more need for innovative, cost-effective business solutions to engage customers, partners, and employees in the current financial environment, and we are excited to partner with WorkLight—a true innovator in every sense of the word—in the delivery of Web 2.0 solutions,” says K. Ananth Krishnan, CTO, TCS. “Based on our ongoing discussions with clients, we believe Web 2.0 will experience rapid growth and adoption by companies across a host of vertical markets.