According to sources Software major Infosys on Wednesday said it would create 1,200 jobs and open three innovation hubs in Australia by 2020 to reduce digital skills gap. The city based IT behemoth in a statement in Bengaluru said "We are creating 1,200 new skilled jobs for graduates and professionals and opening three innovation hubs by 2020 to accelerate digital leadership for our clients in Australia”.
Furthermore to meet Australia's growing demand for digital expertise, the $11 billion Indian firm formed an education ecosystem for providing learning opportunities. The statement said "Of the 1,200 jobs, 40% will be Australian university graduates from computer science and design. Academic partnerships will be strengthened to attract top graduate talent and ramp up skill building in the country”.
Moreover company's Vice-President for Australia and New Zealand Andrew Groth announced the initiatives to meet the growing demand for digital expertise in the presence of Australian Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews at the company's office in Sydney. Infosys Chief Operating Officer U.B. Pravin Rao said "The announcement is a milestone in our 20 year journey in Australia. As a key technology partner of Australian business, we are committed to accelerating digital skills in the region through skilled jobs, development of hubs and partnerships with academia”.
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