Australian logistics firm Team Global Express has moved to the cloud with help from Infosys.

The cloud migration program required moving more than 300 applications and was achieved without any business impact to the 4,000+ users or to network integration spread over 100 sites.

– Infosys

The migration program used blueprints and tools from Infosys Cobalt, a set of services and platforms that can help companies migrate to the cloud, to enable Team Global Express to use a hybrid cloud-powered solution.

Infosys set up a "greenfield technology environment" for the logistics firm, which then migrated the company's applications and services to a data center in concurrence with the public cloud.

Around 70 percent of Team Global Express's applications were moved to the cloud, in a process that was entirely managed by Infosys.

Danny Gravell, CIO of Team Global Express, said: "Our partnership with Infosys enabled us to successfully set up an independent technology capability and transform our foundation technology platforms. Using ready-to-use templates from Infosys Cobalt, we could complete the transformation at speed with maximum efficiency. This program has enabled us to work towards providing the best possible experience for our customers."

Executive vice president & global head of consumer, retail & logistics, Infosys, Karmesh Vaswani, said: "The separation program for Team Global Express presented a unique opportunity to achieve significant value. This complex program challenged us to not only accomplish the separation on-time and without business disruption, but also to establish a modern, secure, and scalable digital foundation to accelerate their future growth.

"Leveraging our proven Infosys Cobalt cloud ecosystem and through a collaborative partnership with Team Global Express, we successfully navigated the complexities of this program, achieving an outcome that ranks among our most impactful engagements in the Australia and New Zealand region."

The public cloud provider Team Global was moved to wasn't shared in this announcement. However, Capgemini, Infosys, and HCL were previously involved in the company's move to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) as part of efforts to separate its IT environment from former parent company Toll Group. Toll agreed to sell the division to Allegro Funds in April 2021.

In January of this year, Infosys announced that it would be acquiring semiconductor design company InSemi. Infosys described the transaction as a “strategic investment [that] further strengthens Infosys’ Engineering R&D capabilities.”