On Wednesday, Infosys announced to soon open Technology Hub at Richardson in Texas of the United States. For the new Tech hub, Infosys will hire over 500 Americans by 2020, reports source.

In a statement, a spokesman of Infosys said that “the new hub will drive expansion and create jobs in Texas to reinforce our commitment to workforce development in the US.”

The new ready-to recruit of Infosys would include graduates from Colleges and Universities of Texas. The employees would also get benefits from the upskilling through a special training curriculum.

The statement reads, “The new technology and innovation hub will focus on telecommunications, retail, and banking sectors.”

Infosys’ investment in Texas would reinforce the outsourcing of the firm’s commitment to driving digital transformation for American-based enterprises by engaging talents from the area alongside the best available global talent.

Infosys’ investment in Texas is a part of its strategy to drive into the digital transformation of business in the US.

UB Pravin Rao, Chief Operating Officer of Infosys said in a statement that “Digital is changing every industry, and our hubs will allow us to co-locate, co-innovate and co-create alongside our clients.”

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