In order to develop software for clients based on cloud, big data, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, IT firm Infosys is planning to open a digital innovation center in Bucharest, Romania. In a statement, the company said it will invest in training current employees and new hires for competencies. Among the areas of focus are user experience, cloud, big data, digital offerings, core technology skills, and computer science skills, it said. Meanwhile, Infosys — which is currently valued at USD11bn — has also forged an agreement with the University of Bucharest and the University Politehnica Bucharest to promote innovation and develop the Romanian workforce. Also part of the cooperation are joint training courses, scholarships, and research. The statement said that the training for the Romanian workforce will enable the firm to leverage the learning and best practices it has developed over the years.
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