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Infosys to Employ 10,000 Amrerican in Next Two Years

Infosys announces to hire 10,000 American workers over the next two years aims to expand its footprint across the American soil  with opening four new Technology and Innovation Hubs.

Infosys Vishal Sikka

While American President is firm on ‘Buy and Hire American’, the Indian grown IT giant – Infosys announces to hire 10,000 American workers over the next two years.

The company also aims to expand its footprint across the American soil  with opening four new Technology and Innovation Hubs focusing on cutting-edge technology areas including; artificial intelligence, machine learning, user experience, emerging digital technologies, cloud, and big data.

Not just focusing on technology and innovation, Infosys in its official release said the new infrastructure will also serve clients in key industries such as financial services, manufacturing, healthcare, retail, energy and more.

The first hub will open in Indiana in August 2017 which is expected to create 2,000 jobs by 2021 for American workers and will help boost Indiana’s economy.

“Infosys is committed to hiring 10,000 American technology workers over the next two years to help invent and deliver the digital futures for our clients in the United States,” said Dr. Vishal Sikka, Chief Executive Officer, Infosys. “Learning and education, along with cultivating top local and global talent, have always been the core of what Infosys brings to clients; it is what makes us a leader in times of great change. In helping our clients improve their businesses and pursue new kinds of opportunities, we are really excited to bring innovation and education in a fundamental and massive way to American workers. New advances in technology – artificial intelligence, in particular – are radically transforming our world, and it is within our reach to learn these new technologies and to be the innovators and entrepreneurs who bring solutions based on these technologies to our clients in all industries.”

“It’s so good to welcome Infosys to Indiana, and to expand our growing tech ecosystem with the addition of their estimated 2,000 Hoosier jobs,” said Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb.  “Indiana continues to put the tools in place, such as the Next Level Trust Fund and incentivizing direct flights, that allows us to attract and retain great companies like Infosys. In addition, our higher education institutions are producing a world class workforce, establishing Indiana as the innovation hub of the Midwest. I look forward to working with Infosys to elevate Indiana to the next level.”

Infosys will hire experienced technology professionals and recent graduates from major universities, and local and community colleges, to create the talent pools for the future.

To equip American workers with innovation and support clients, the company will institute training programs in key competencies such as user experience, cloud, artificial intelligence, big data and digital offerings, as well as core technology and computer science skills.

In just the last 3 years, Infosys has renewed this focus by setting up an innovation hub in Silicon Valley.

“Since joining Infosys nearly three years ago, it has been my personal endeavor to help us get much closer to our clients, to co-innovate with them, on their most important business problems,” added Dr. Sikka. “Having lived in the U.S. for nearly 30 years, and being a part of the incredible innovation here, I truly believe Infosys can help clients bring innovation more directly into their businesses, as they create and drive their digital transformations. We can achieve this by enhancing our ability to attract and recruit local top talent across the United States, by harnessing the global scale of Infosys, through software and platforms, and by educating and training people in the necessary skills.”

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