Published By : 07 Mar 2018 | Published By : QYRESEARCH
Infosys, the second-biggest software services exporter in India, rolled out a Technology and Innovation hub in Indianapolis, the U.S., on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. This is the first one among the technology hubs proposed by the company in the U.S. The Indian software company also stated that it has hired over 2,500 American workers over the previous year as part of its continuing commitment to quicken the innovation for American enterprises. In May 2017, it made an announcement regarding its plans to hire ten thousand American citizens in a couple of years and also about opening four technology and innovation hubs in the country to increase activities on emergent technologies, such as machine learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI), big data, user experience, cloud, and other emergent digital technologies.
The Indianapolis Hub is situated in One America Tower. It will train and upgrade skills of employees in the technologies that are need to help businesses speed up their digital transformations, while also permitting Infosys to work closely with the clients to create cross-functional solutions for persistent business challenges. The development unit at Indianapolis currently has over 150 employees. It serves as an innovation lab, displaying new prototypes in virtual, robotic, and augmented technologies, stated the company. This hub will also foster co-creation, training, and collaboration. “This unit will expand the company’s capability to serve the need of its clients in innovative technologies and develop its local workforce to assist its clients in their efforts to digitalize and renovate their core businesses,” told Ravi Kumar, the President of Infosys.