Infosys Company Updates | Glassdoor

Company Updates

  • We're hiring in Rhode Island! See how you can work with Infosys to address complex business challenges at the intersection of innovation, tech and design.

    We deliver digital transformation solutions that help you navigate the future.

  • We announced a $35M commitment to our Boosting American Innovation through our new state-of-the-art U.S. Education Center in Indianapolis. Learn more:

    Boosting American Innovation in Indiana - Be More | Infosys

    Infosys comes to Indiana to expand the growing tech ecosystem with the addition of an estimated 2,000 hoosier jobs. Learn about our plans to hire American.

  • In partnership with the Infosys Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Infosys, The Akshaya Patra Foundation has inaugurated a high-tech mega centralized kitchen at Kandi, Sangareddy, in Telangana. Infosys Foundation has covered the entire cost of constructing this state-of-the-art centralized kitchen by providing a grant of INR 18.50 crore. The kitchen, which is spread across 64,438 sq. ft., will provide daily mid-day meal to over 100,000 school children in the region.

    Akshaya Patra in Partnership with Infosys Foundation Inaugurates a Mega Centralised Kitchen in Telangana

    High-tech kitchen to provide mid-day meals to over 1,00,000 school children a day in the region Hyderabad - March 30, 2018: The Akshaya Patra Foundation, in partnership with Infosys Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Infosys, today inaugurated a high-tech mega centralised kitchen at Kandi, Sangareddy, in the state of Telangana.

  • As a part of our commitment to boost American innovation, we will hire 1000 American workers in Connecticut over the next five years, and open a Technology and Innovation Hub in Hartford to enhance our ability to boost tech talent for our increasingly digital future.

  • Are you a Power Programmer? Go ahead and register for the #HackWithInfy Hackathon, powered by Hackerearth, and get set for the online coding challenge.

    The online challenge will begin on March 16, 08:30 AM PST and ends on March 17, 11:30 PM PST.

    HackWithInfy Hackathon

    Infosys invites passionate developers to compete with the best minds in programming and showcase their coding skills in a real-time challenge. Power Programmers are full-stack developers: driven by passion and an appetite for coding keen to achieve breakthrough innovation when solving tough challenges passionate about embracing open source technologies along with next-gen tech keen on finding the "why" rather than just the "how" of coding technologies.

  • On Tuesday, 3/6/18, we opened the Infosys Technology and Innovation Hub in Indianapolis! We've hired over 2,500 American employees as part of our "Boosting American Innovation" mission. Learn more:

    Boosting American Innovation in Indiana - Be More | Infosys

    Infosys comes to Indiana to expand the growing tech ecosystem with the addition of an estimated 2,000 hoosier jobs. Learn about our plans to hire American.

  • We’ve teamed up with Google on the new IT Support Professional Certificate on Coursera! Apply now

    Google IT Support Professional Certificate | Coursera

    This six-course certificate, developed exclusively by Google, includes innovative curriculum designed to prepare you for an entry-level role in IT support. A job in IT can mean in-person or remote help desk work, either in a small business or at a global company, like Google.

  • How can retailers effectively use AI? Infosys’ Sanjay Dalwani shares how a lack of knowledge and resources may be hindering retailers from effectively doing so. Read more of Sanjay’s thoughts in this Internet Retailer article.

    How retailers can use artificial intelligence effectively

    Brands are making better use of advanced data analytics and automation technologies to improve efficiency, agility and drive growth, with encouraging results. Sporting apparel brand Under Armour, for example, developed an app to monitor customers' health, fitness and nutrition and offers guidance based on individual data.

  • A new system developed by researchers at MIT (called PipeGuard) could provide a fast, inexpensive solution that can find even tiny leaks in a water distribution system with pinpoint precision, no matter what the pipes are made of. The researchers were one of the 25 winners nationwide to receive a $10,000 2017 Infy Maker Award from Infosys Foundation USA.

    Robot can inspect water or gas pipes from the inside to find leaks long before they become catastrophic

    Access to clean, safe water is one of the world's pressing needs, yet today's water distribution systems lose an average of 20 percent of their supply because of leaks. These leaks not only make shortages worse but also can ...

  • Navin Budhiraja of Infosys shares his perspective on how the only way to ride out the continuous waves in the IT industry is through teaching and investing in skill.

    Infosys wants you to know there's only one way to keep your job in tech

    In the tug of war between India's IT employees and employers, workers are at a loss. The landscape of the sector is changing rapidly. Visa pressures in the US and in other countries have compelled Indian companies to ramp up local hiring abroad, putting Indian professionals out of the running for roles they would have easily bagged before.

Work at Infosys? Share Your Experiences

  • Star
  • Star
  • Star
  • Star
  • Star
Click to Rate