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GO FURTHER, TOGETHER.
We believe that collaboration is the key to unlocking a team’s full potential. That’s why Infosys is committed to fostering a team-driven culture of collaboration, where employees from every professional level and functional area have the opportunity to work alongside one another toward common goals.
How can I, one person, initiate positive change on a global scale? Now that’s a fair question to ask. And one we’ve given considerable thought to ourselves. It’s why we teach all of our people – from day 0 – to think about the world from a radically different perspective. It all starts with three simple words; see, set, go. Three words that will empower you to create your own success story. Three words that can amplify you to be all that you can be.
SEE the best version of tomorrow where everyone emerges a winner. EXPERIENCE WHAT’S NEXT.
At Infosys, you will always be an early adopter, always in the know. Helping businesses navigate their next means being an expert on the future. So we equip you with everything you need to envision the best version of tomorrow – a tomorrow from which everyone emerges a winner. Working with Infosys means working directly with the most exciting technologies of our time. Not only does that give you creative freedom to experiment and revolutionize use cases, it brings you that ability to sense and experience what’s next.
SET the agenda to drive the change you want to see. MAKE POSITIVE CHANGE REAL.
What kind of world do you want to live in? At Infosys, you are empowered to make it a reality. The people who work here don’t just change businesses – they change lives, setting the agendas for digital projects that reverberate around the world. The world’s largest companies – and the billions of people they interact with worldwide – are counting on you to navigate their future. Joining Infosys means joining a global community of influential agents for positive change.
GO beyond what you thought was possible. NEVER STOP GROWING.
Our world-leading development map and culture of continuous learning mean that you will always find yourself achieving more than what you previously thought possible. Through codethons and hackathons, apprenticeship opportunities with leaders, learning programs at our own corporate university at Mysuru, Stanford and Purdue, and training in advanced technologies from partners like Udacity – we help you build on what you already know and push you to be all that you can be – as a technologist, and as a human being.
Our tech hubs will host digital studios for prototype development and state-of-the-art learning facilities with dedicated trainers and professors in niche specialties in STEM domains. With academic partnerships across the U.S. and the world, Infosys will always be a strong corporate leader in education, skilling, and training.
We continue to be pioneers, striving to build the next great solution or solve the next great problem. In these centers of technology and innovation, we will specialize in focus areas of cyber security, IoT, digital, artificial intelligence, automation, machine learning, user experience, cloud, and big data.
Learn more at https://www.infosys.com/american-innovation/.
IT'S NOT ALL ABOUT WORK.
Service matters and Infosys provides a culture where you can give back to your community as well as the next generation of innovators.
Infosys believes in learning for life, and that technology and learning can greatly amplify human potential. In pursuit of the mission to bridge the digital divide in America, Infosys Foundation USA with internationally acclaimed non-profits and institutions like Code.org, New York Academy of Sciences, DonorsChoose.org, and the CREATE Lab at Carnegie Mellon University, support and provide high quality computer science education and coding skills with a particular focus on underrepresented communities.
The mission of Infosys Foundation USA is to inspire children, young adults, and educators to become creators of technology. The Foundation is enhancing CS and Maker education in the US by expanding professional development and training, especially for educators at high poverty and Title 1 schools; boosting hands-on learning, with special emphasis on children and young adults from underrepresented groups and communities; and supporting and growing the community of like-minded advocates to increase awareness and drive greater thought leadership.
Learn more: infosys.org/usa
Scrum Master / Agile Coach
Before I joined Infosys, I developed software for my alma mater, Indiana University. Before that, I did database work for a project encouraging students to continue their education. And before that, I helped manage my dad’s muffler shop.
Today I work as an Agile Coach and Scrum Master, managing a team of high-achieving programmers working exclusively on managing data for Volvo. It’s because of the sheer level of talent on our team that we can accelerate the development process and take on the client’s most complex issues. It’s an honor to work at such a high degree of excellence that I couldn’t have done anywhere but at Infosys.
If you think you need to fit a stereotype for a career in tech, think again. Read why diversity is increasingly vital for the industry and how, with passion, hard work and a dedicated company behind you, you’ll soon be on the road to success.
“Inclusion means giving credit where credit is due”
Total inclusion, to me, means equal opportunity. It means everyone is treated with respect, regardless of their gender identity or background. Inclusion means giving credit where credit is due. After all, how often is Grace Hopper cited for her contributions to Computer Science? She created the first compiler!
Infosys and the tech industry in general are increasingly aware of their D&I issues. Not only does it tout itself as an inclusive organization – it has processes in place to prove it.
“Hiring more women only makes us better at what we do”
I’m a woman who’s worked just about every job you can think of in tech, and even I can’t really say there’s a formula for success. It’s still a new field with so much potential, which means there are so many places where women can assert themselves and thrive.
Software development is all about the end user, so it only makes sense that having a mixed team from different backgrounds yields a better product. In fact, studies have proven it. When we bring our individual experiences to our work, it translates into real, tangible solutions to our client’s problems. Hiring more women only makes us better at what we do.
“Tech didn’t come easily to me – but I pushed through”
I didn’t get into tech because I wanted to even out the playing field for women. I got into tech because it’s fascinated me ever since I was young. However, once I began studying it as a career, I found that it didn’t come easily to me. Despite my lack of natural aptitude, I pushed through. I became good at it. And as if the odds couldn’t be any more stacked against me, I didn’t earn my undergrad until I was well into my 30’s.
If you love something, don’t give up on it. Through passion, dedication and hard work, there is always a way to create opportunities for yourself. I never imagined that my childhood interest in tech would become my career
It may look like there’s a lack of diversity in STEM now, but as long as there are women who are constantly working toward something they love, seeing more in tech will one day become part of normal working life. Joining a forward-thinking company like Infosys has encouraged me to reach higher in my career every day. Imagine where it could take you?
Looking to accelerate your career journey with best-in-class learning opportunities and innovation platforms? Bring your expertise to Infosys and navigate your next with us today: http://bit.ly/careersUSA
I have been working at Infosys full-time (Less than a year)
A good place to gain knowledge on Software and testing tools. A good place to learners and to start software life.
Working under a bad manager will ruin our software life. Not every manager has the same mentality.
Advice to Management
Giving a project is not a giving a life to a person. Giving a good leader will effect in a good start for beginners to see the future.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Infosys (Indianapolis, IN) in October 2017.
I spoke to a campus recruiter about open positions during a career event at my university. This was followed by e-mail correspondence about the associate role for development, a phone screening about prior experience, and an online web-meeting interview.