Indian IT Major Infosys sets up a Digital Centre of Excellence in France, strengthens its footprint in Europe
India’s second largest IT Major firm Infosys sets up a Digital Centre of Excellence in Marseille, France to strengthen its footprint in Europe. The move is part of Infosys’ efforts to bring its digital offerings to companies in France as they navigate the next stage in their business journey. Infosys Limited is an Indian multinational firm that provides business consulting, information technology and outsourcing services. It has its headquarters in Bengaluru, Karnataka.
Infosys COO Pravin Rao said the opening of the new centre in Marseille will provide customers and prospects in the region access to next-generation digital technologies, skills and talent. “This is in line with our strategy focused on scaling agile digital business, energising the core via AI and automation, re-skilling employees and localising within the markets in which we operate,” he added. “The focus of the new facility will be to provide existing and new clients a range of offerings in the areas of design and user experience, artificial intelligence and big data and analytics, while expanding Infosys’ footprint in the shipping and logistics industry,” the statement said.
With an initial capacity of 60 employees, the centre aims to attract and train talent in new digital technologies to meet increasing demand from clients, Infosys said in a statement. The centre will also deliver on a strategic seven-year partnership with CMA CGM Group. The partnership, which was announced in September last year, will help the container shipping organisation simplify and transform its IT applications and improve customer service experience.
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