Indian group Infosys, a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, announced on March 13 the opening a new Digital Innovation Center in Romania’s capital Bucharest.
The center will focus on developing offerings for clients based on cutting-edge digital technologies including Cloud, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, the company announced in a press release.
The company also announced a strategic partnership agreement with the University of Bucharest and the Bucharest Polytechnic University for technology innovation and Romanian workforce development. The partnership will include joint training courses, scholarships and research.
“Our Digital Innovation Center in Bucharest marks an important step forward for Infosys as it further expands its presence across Europe, improving our ability to serve both our regional and global clients. By partnering with key local academic institutions, we are creating organic talent pools in Romania that do not exist in the market today. By training and developing a highly skilled workforce in Romania, we can help close the digital skills gap in the region and contribute to the Romanian and European economy,” said Ravi Kumar S., President, Infosys.
The Indian group also plans to open a new Cyber Defense Center in Bucharest this summer. The center will provide end-to-end 24/7 cybersecurity services to European and global clients. Services include cyber forensics, ethical hacking, security analytics, threat detection and response.
The center in Bucharest will be vital to delivering services across the European region, given GDPR and other country-specific data regulation requirements, according to Infosys.
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