As part of our commitment to hire Canadian workers, Infosys opened a Digital Centre in Calgary to hire 1,000 skilled workers in the Alberta region and help boost tech talent for our increasingly digital future.
Infosys’ investment in Calgary and the wider national commitment to hire 8,000 workers is a natural evolution of the company’s legacy in Canada, and builds on the company’s commitment to continuous learning, ecosystem collaboration and focus on achieving breakthrough innovations for clients.
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.
Talented technology workforce in fields such as energy, clean tech, and natural resources and agriculture
The Centre will train, upskill and reskill Infosys and client employees in advanced digital technologies
Rich talent pool drawn from research universities
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Infosys’ choice to establish Calgary as a major technology centre is a big moment for our city and further demonstrates our city as a prime destination for the world’s leading technology companies. Building a thriving innovation ecosystem takes a village, and Infosys will play a key role in our growth. In particular, Infosys’ partnerships with local universities to train Calgary students and create job opportunities will help propel us forward.
— Jyoti Gondek, Mayor, Calgary
It has been just a year since Infosys announced that it would continue to grow in our region and bring 500 skilled jobs to Calgary, and they have already delivered on that commitment. I’m very pleased they are doubling that promise to bring a total of 1,000 jobs to this region.
— Jason Kenney, Premier, Alberta
This is an exciting day for Alberta. Infosys could have chosen any place in Canada for this new Digital Centre, but they selected Calgary to tap into our pool of tech talent and to form partnerships with our educational institutions. Infosys will be training the next generation of technology innovators and business leaders right here in our province.
— Tanya Fir, Minister of Jobs, Economy and Innovation, Government of Alberta
The opening of the Infosys Digital Centre in the heart of our city shows that Calgary is recognized as a top tech location where bright minds and big ideas come together from around the world to help solve global challenges and make the extraordinary happen.
— Brad Parry, President and CEO, Calgary Economic Development
Uniting the research expertise at Infosys with the University of Alberta’s talented students and our excellence in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and digital science and technologies secures a mutually beneficial link between global industry and post-secondary expertise.
— Bill Flanagan, President, University of Alberta