Infosys’ New US Campus Will Hire 1000 Americans; AI, UX, Automation Hottest Skills In Demand!
Infosys has been the talk of the town especially after it released it its survey report, titled to be ‘Infosys Talent Radar 2019’. It has been found that the highest in demand technical skills sparking around today, are analytics, user experience, automation, information technology and of course, Artificial Intelligence.
Not just this, Infosys has opened a new technology centre in Arizona and is looking out to hire about 1,000 American techies over four years to work at the centre in the south-western state for local enterprises.
Lets look at each of these cases one at a time.
Infosys States Some Major Technical Skills in Demand Today
The Infosys Knowledge Institute conducted a study and came up with an online survey report, titled to be ‘Infosys Talent Radar 2019’. In this report, it has covered the top technical skills that are in hot demand today. They include analytics, user experience, automation, IT architecture and AI.
Also with stating the essentials, Infosys took another leap forward and also came up with reasons that prevent sufficient demand-supply match of talent and it did this so by dividing this section into two parts: Tangible barriers and Intangible barriers.
While the former covers parameters such as lack of budget, lack of management awareness and support, along with inadequate talent management plans, the latter contributes towards not successfully achieving talents complying to little importance departed towards research in an institute, giving such companies a lower pedestal against the ones that actually value learnability.
Infosys also suggests ways to improve this problem faced by cos. In order to succeed, companies must hire, develop, and retain talent better than their competition. Only those cos who reskill their workers and invest in the people of their company, will create a difference in productivity.
It conducted an online survey that included more than 1,000 CXOs and other senior-level respondents from companies with revenue greater than $1 billion. The respondents represented multiple industries including India, Australia, China, France, Germany, the UK and the US.
Infosys Opens a New Branch in Arizona, US
Known to be big worldwide, the Indian technology firm Infosys has opened a new office at Phoenix in Arizona, US, to accelerate innovation for its American enterprises. It has decided to hire 1000 Americans in a span of 4 years to work for local enterprises.
This technology centre was inaugurated by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, along with state officials, company executives, employees and representatives of a few enterprises.
This centre shall focus on state officials, company executives, employees and representatives of a few enterprises. This centre shall mainly focus on harnessing, modelling and scaling a new model for workforce development in the US, where the private sector has a key role to implement it.
This centre is well-equipped with living labs, showcasing prototypes in virtual reality, augmented reality and robotic technologies.
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