Infosys Expands European Footprint by Establishing New Office in The Netherlands
Amsterdam: Infosys (NYSE: INFY), a global leader in consulting, technology and next-generation services, today announced the opening of a new state-of-the-art office space in Amsterdam. The office was inaugurated by the Deputy Mayor of Amsterdam, Ms. Kajsa Ollongren, together with the Indian Ambassador to The Netherlands, Mr. Venu Rajamony, in the presence of Mr. Mohit Joshi, President and Head of Banking, Financial Services and Insurance, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Infosys and Mr. Roshan Shetty, who heads the company’s operations in the country.
The investment in the new office represents Infosys’ continued commitment to the Dutch market, as it endeavors to take its service offerings across Artificial Intelligence, automation, data and analytics, digital and platform technologies, to clients across sectors such as financial services, insurance, healthcare, and manufacturing.
The company currently has more than 20 clients in the country and employs over 1,100 people including those working at client locations in The Netherlands.
Rajesh Krishnamurthy, President and Head of Europe, Infosys said: “The Netherlands is one of our largest markets in Europe and we are encouraged with the traction we have seen in the region. Over the past 15 years, Dutch clients and prospects have been keen adopters of new technologies and our strengthened presence in the market will enable our customers to embrace innovations such as Artificial Intelligence, automation and digital services, to help them achieve their growth and digital transformations ambitions.”
Kajsa Ollongren, Deputy Mayor, Amsterdam said: “International companies are very important to the Amsterdam metropolitan area. Infosys especially is a valuable partner for Amsterdam and we are pleased that they chose to grow their presence in the city with this ultra-modern office. Through the collaboration with knowledge institutes based here, Infosys fosters innovation and creates opportunities for young talent.”
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