Infosys Public Services opens New Headquarters and Delivery Center in Maryland
Infosys Public Services, a US-based subsidiary of Infosys – a global consulting and technology leader – has opened its new headquarters and delivery center in Rockville, Maryland.
- Infosys has held a presence in the Washington D.C., metro area for more than a decade. Today’s announcement by Infosys Public Services underscores its continued investment and commitment to the area and United States overall.
- The new center will drive innovation in healthcare technology and help public sector organizations transform to new processes and IT systems in compliance with government regulations.
- Infosys Public Services intends to partner with universities and technical colleges in the area to offer market-relevant curriculum and expertise, and to recruit talent.
- Infosys Public Services is active in the greater Washington D.C., community. The company serves on the executive committee of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in Washington D.C., which has raised more than $45 million towards cures for blood cancer, and supports the Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health, a residence for seriously ill children and their families, and other non-profits and causes.
In December 2012, Infosys Public Services also opened a branch office in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
About Infosys Public Services
Infosys Public Services partners with healthcare and public sector organizations to help them stay ahead of the innovation curve. By combining business consulting and technology solutions with efficient execution and proven best practices, we enable clients to transform and thrive in a changing world. Visit www.infosyspublicservices.com to see how we are Building Tomorrow's Enterprise® today.
Infosys Public Services Inc. is a U.S. based subsidiary of Infosys (NYSE:INFY), a global leader in business consulting and technology solutions with 150,000+ employees and clients in over 30 countries.
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