Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Infosys news, Infosys to hire 2, 000 Americans in North Carolina to set up innovation hub.

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Infosys is the second largest software company in the world and they are now gearing up to set up a technology and innovation hub in Raleigh, North Carolina, and will hire around 2,000 American workers by 2021.
Infosys said in a announcement that new hub will open in early 2018 and will cover 60,000 square feet and has the capacity to house 500 workers representing another step forward in the company's previous announcement to hire 10,000 American workers in the country. The company has already hired 1,200 American workers till now.
Infosys news, Infosys to  hire 2, 000 Americans in North Carolina to set up innovation hub.

To hire a total of 10,000 locals for its US operations in the next two years as per the plan, Infosys had earlier announced that the company plans to set up a centre in North Carolina.
The move is to persuade US President Donald Trump and his administration that criticized Indian IT firms for outsourcing "unfairly" taking jobs away from the US workers.
Infosys president and deputy COO Ravi Kumar said "The North Carolina Technology and Innovation Hub will focus on delivering cutting-edge solutions in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, data and advanced analytics, cloud and big data,". He also that "Attracting and retaining a skilled and motivated workforce is crucial to Infosys. The centre will help to serve clients in IT, life sciences, clean technology and advanced manufacturing sectors in a better manner."

Infosys news, Infosys to  hire 2, 000 Americans in North Carolina to set up innovation hub.

As part of Infosys' commitment to growing 2,000 jobs in the state of North Carolina, the company is collaborating with the North Carolina Community College System to create a customized program designed to train the workforce of the future.

New hires will include recent graduates from the state's prestigious network of colleges, universities and community colleges, as well as local professionals who will benefit from up-skilling through Infosys' world-class training curriculum.

North Carolina Community College System vice president of Economic Development Maureen Little said "We plan to include pre-employment training... as well as extensive post-employment training that will focus on technical and soft skills."

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