Infosys works on new ways to tackle the Pandemic
Infosys, a key strategic partner with the World Economic Forum has joined the Forum’s COVID Action Platform to work closely with the Forum and its stakeholders to strategize and work on initiatives to minimize the impact of the COVID -19 Pandemic on various strata of the society.
Infosys has dedicated INR 100 crore in funding for hospital capacity treatment, ventilators, testing kits and protective gear for frontline health workers to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 across India. Read more
We are conscious of the significant disruption and impact this can have on our employees, clients, partners, investors and the communities in which we operate. We are working hard to contain and mitigate its impact.
The scheme aims to future-proof workers from technological change, and help economies by providing new skills for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Infosys has partnered with the World Economic Forum through the Reskilling Revolution Initiative. The initiative aims to provide one billion people with better education, skills and jobs by 2030. Founding governments include Brazil, France, India, Pakistan, the Russian Federation, UAE and the US. Business partners include Infosys, PwC, Salesforce, ManpowerGroup, LinkedIn, Coursera Inc. and The Adecco Group
“We are excited to partner with the World Economic Forum through the Reskilling Revolution initiative. As availability of digital talent continues to be one of the greatest barriers for enterprises to transform, organizations need to nurture a culture that enables talent – across disciplines and skills – to benefit from a continuum of lifelong learning that prepares them for the future of work. We are keen to help drive the transformation”, said Salil Parekh, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Infosys.