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Infosys to create 250 jobs in Ireland

Infosys to create 250 jobs in Ireland

Infosys to create 250 jobs in Ireland
December 07
12:42 2015

Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD and Richard Bruton TD, the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Government of Ireland announced today that Infosys intends to create 250 new jobs over the next three years in Ireland to develop new technologies and support innovation in global financial institutions.

The expansion will see Infosys create up to 95 roles at its first dedicated product-centric research and development centre outside India, and open a second Irish facility to house up to 155 people who will provide IT services to Infosys clients.

The project has been supported by the Department of Jobs through IDA Ireland.

The highly skilled technology roles at the R&D facility will focus on FinTech research and development.

The centre will operate an open innovation model, working closely with customers, technology partners, academic institutions and the start-up community in areas of technology, such as block chain and analytics.

Employees at the company’s new development centre will provide technology services to its global and Irish-based clients in the financial services industry.

The work will include high-end IT consulting, business analytics, business processing and customer service.

The new roles are in addition to more than 250 employees that are already working for Infosys in Ireland.

Infosys was founded in 1981 by seven engineers with just US$250. Today, the Indian-owned  is a global leader in consulting, technology, and outsourcing and next-generation services, with clients in more than 50 countries and 187,000+ employees.

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