Takeda aims for growth with AWS, Accenture partnership: 5 details

Amazon Web Services, Accenture and Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. entered into a strategic agreement to modernize Takeda's digital platforms and grow the company's data services.

Five details:

1. Takeda will equip employees with new skills and ways of working as a result of the partnership.

2. The companies will take a cloud-first technology approach to create a more scalable and reliable architecture for Takeda, which will move 80 percent of applications to the cloud. Takeda will also remove non-differentiating technology, reduce its internal data center footprint and decrease capital expenditures.

3. The collaboration, announced on Oct. 13, launched a secure data sharing and clinical trial acceleration platform for the COVID R&D Alliance in a process that took less than five days.

4. Takeda plans to increase plasma collection and manufacturing capacity by at least 65 percent by 2024, which the collaboration will support.

5. Over three years, Takeda aims to create 200 jobs in specialized roles in emerging data and digital fields as well as improve the skills of thousands of employees.

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