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Infosys Invests Rs 230 Crore In New Development Center In Nagpur

The 265,000 square feet building can accommodate over 3,000 employees in alignment with the company’s hybrid workplace strategy

Infosys Invests Rs 230 Crore In New Development Center In Nagpur

Outlook Start-Up Desk

POSTED ON December 16, 2023 8:43 PM

Infosys, a global digital services and consulting provider, inaugurated a development center (DC) at the Mihan-SEZ in Maharashtra’s Nagpur city. Spread across 265,000 square feet; the company has invested over Rs 230 crore in the development of this facility, which will provide greater flexibility for employees to work in a hybrid mode and enable re-skilling and up-skilling of local talent. 

The new center will also give employees the opportunity to work on next-gen technologies like cloud, AI, and digital across multiple industries, such as telecommunications, banking, retail, aerospace, automobile, logistics, and manufacturing, among others.

The DC was inaugurated by Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis, in the presence of Infosys’ chief financial officer Nilanjan Roy, its executive vice president Sunil Kumar Dhareshwar, senior vice president Tarang Puranik, and vice president Niladri Prasad Mishra, amongst other senior government officials.

The center, which will accommodate over 3,000 employees, is aligned with Infosys’ future-ready hybrid workplace strategy. Additionally, in line with the company’s ESG commitments and green building standards, the office claims to follow the highest standards of occupant health as well as efficiency and uses innovative systems to reduce the consumption of natural resources like energy, water, etc. The campus facilitates low-energy cooling, smart building automation, efficient rainwater harvesting, and 100 per cent recycling of wastewater.

Minister Gadkari said, “The center will serve as a catalyst for ecosystem development and is a testament to our vision of creating an environment for world-class IT services and solutions in the city. We are confident that Infosys’ Nagpur DC will create employment opportunities and contribute to the growth of the state's IT sector."

Minister Fadnavis added, "We are proud that Infosys has put Nagpur on its global development center map with the commencement of operations at its state-of-the-art development center. I am absolutely delighted to see Infosys's commitment to green practices and sustainability, which has been a key design factor in developing this center.”

Roy claimed that the development center in Nagpur is a part of Infosys’ commitment towards continuous innovation. “We believe that this center will contribute to the growth of businesses, create direct and indirect job opportunities, promote sustainability and ecosystem development, and give an impetus to local and global businesses through its cutting-edge solutions and services,” he added. 

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