Boosting American Innovation in Rhode Island

Infosys will hire 500 American workers in Rhode Island over the next five years, and open a Design and Innovation Hub in Providence, to enhance our ability to deliver design-driven, digital technologies across the country. Infosys will also partner with the Rhode Island School of Design to develop design talent and help global organizations transform for the digital future.

Every day, we help American companies harness new, transformative technologies, empower their employees and become more competitive.

Infosys’ investment in Rhode Island and wider national commitment to hire 10,000 American workers is a natural evolution of the company’s three-decade legacy in the United States, and builds on the company’s commitment to continuous learning, ecosystem collaboration and focus on achieving breakthrough innovations for clients.

Rhode Island’s strengths:

Rich academic ecosystem that fosters a highly design-focused workforce.

Rich academic ecosystem that fosters a highly design-focused workforce.

Central to the New England tech corridor, home to a robust startup community and iconic tech leaders.

Central to the New England tech corridor, home to a robust startup community and iconic tech leaders.

Motivated state government that believes in creating a bright digital future.

Motivated state government that believes in creating a bright digital future.

We remain focused on developing technology skills in areas including Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, User Experience Design, and advanced digital technologies like Cloud and Big Data.

This investment builds on our commitment to the communities across the United States in which our employees live and work. In Rhode Island, Infosys Foundation USA has provided multiple grants for classroom technology and computer science training to teachers and schools. To date, these grants have reached 930 students, 20 teachers and 18 schools across the state.

Announcement Highlights Tech and Innovation Hubs

“Our partnership with Rhode Island marks another important step forward for Infosys in the United States. The state’s educational institutions, design-rich environment and economic development tools positioned Rhode Island competitively for this type of specialist partnership,” Ravi Kumar, President, Infosys.

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