Infosys has inaugurated its software development center at the Mihan-SEZ in Nagpur, Maharashtra. The inauguration marks a substantial investment by Infosys, totaling over INR 230 crore, in the development of this facility, sprawling across an impressive 265,000 square feet.
The center is poised to serve as a hub for innovation, offering employees a platform to delve into next-generation technologies such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and digital solutions. These technologies will be leveraged across a spectrum of industries including telecommunications, banking, retail, aerospace, automobile, logistics, and manufacturing, among others.
With the capacity to accommodate more than 3,000 employees, this development center is envisioned as a pivotal space for fostering technological prowess and expertise. Beyond its workforce capacity, the campus has been meticulously designed to integrate sustainability measures. Features include low-energy cooling systems, smart building automation for efficiency, robust rainwater harvesting mechanisms, and a commitment to 100 percent wastewater recycling.
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari and Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis inaugurated the center in the presence of Nilanjan Roy, Chief Financial Officer, Infosys, Sunil Kumar Dhareshwar, Executive Vice President, Infosys, Tarang Puranik, Senior Vice President, Infosys, and Niladri Prasad Mishra, Vice President, Infosys.