Infosys to open innovation hub in Romania
Bengaluru-headquartered Infosys said it would open a digital innovation centre in Bucharest, Romania to work on offerings in emerging technology areas.
The company said the facility at southeastern European country would focus on developing offerings for clients based on digital technologies including cloud, big data, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Infosys would invest in training programmes in key competencies including user experience, cloud, big data, digital offerings, core technology skills and computer science skills for both its current and new employees.
The company has also announced that it is entering into an agreement with the University of Bucharest and the University Politehnica Bucharest to form a strategic partnership for technology innovation and Romanian workforce development; including joint training courses, scholarships and research.
The company also plans to open a Cyber Defence Center in Bucharest this summer and the facility will provide end-to-end 24/7 cybersecurity services to help European and global clients progress on their digital transformation journey. Services include cyber forensics, ethical hacking, security analytics, threat detection and response.