According to Infosys, the technology hub at North Carolina centre will help the firm work more closely with clients to develop cross-functional solutions in areas such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, big data and cloud solutions. The hub will also be used for training, upskilling and reskilling of employees.
"The inauguration of our Raleigh technology and innovation hub empowers our North Carolina employees by providing them with pioneering technology training that will help American industries revitalise their core businesses,” said Salil Parekh, CEO & MD of Infosys.
“Supported by academic institutions in North Carolina and around the country, the hub allows us
to co-locate, co-innovate and co-create alongside our clients."
has partnered with North Carolina State University and Community College System, among others. These collaborations will likely help the firm to scout talent.
In May 2017, the IT services
major had announced the opening of four technology and innovation hubs across the US
that would help it work on new digital technologies as well as develop skills among its employees.
Apart from Indianapolis and North Carolina hubs, such centres have been planned in Providence in Rhode Island and Hartford in Connecticut. The company draws 60 per cent of its total revenue from North American region. Indian IT firms have ramped up their local hiring plans after the US administration headed by President Donald Trump
imposed strict H1-B visa restrictions.