Infosys launches new Digital Innovation Hub in Germany

By Sean Galea-Pace
The leading IT company, Infosys, has confirmed the opening of a new state-of-the-art Digital Innovation Centre in Dusselforf, Germany. The centre has b...

The leading IT company, Infosys, has confirmed the opening of a new state-of-the-art Digital Innovation Centre in Dusselforf, Germany.

The centre has been developed to help Infosys work more closely with its clients in Europe and support their digital transformation journeys through the use of cloud-based services such as Internet of Things (IoT), 5G, artificial intelligence and machine learning.

It is hoped that the centre will act as a link between businesses and leading educational establishments in Germany to help support Infosys’ ambition to develop and train the workforce of tomorrow to solve the STEM skills gap.

“This investment in Germany builds on Infosys’ long-standing commitment to Europe, our investment in developing a highly skilled workforce, and our focus on achieving breakthrough innovation for our clients,” commented Pravin Rao, Chief Operating Officer at Infosys. Dusseldorf is at the vanguard of technological innovation, with a highly skilled labour supply, productivity, social, legal, and regulatory credentials. The new centre, along with our strategic academic partnerships, will help us build the next-generation of technology talent.”

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The firm helps clients in 46 countries to navigate their digital transformation. With over 30 years of experience managing the systems and workings of global enterprises, Infosys helps to guide its clients through their digital journey.

"We are very pleased that Infosys has decided to open its new Digital Innovation Center in Dusseldorf,” added Thomas Geisel, Mayor, City of Dusseldorf. “We're convinced that Infosys will make a considerable contribution towards the digital transformation of the local economy in Düsseldorf. Infosys will find a great pool of academic talent in the region and its investment in this talent will help to prepare the up-coming local workforce for the future. We look forward to working with the local and the global team of Infosys in the months to come and we will provide them the support they need for a successful start in Dusseldorf."

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