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Odisha CM has inaugurated the Centre of Infosys BPM Ltd at Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar:10/8/23: In another milestone for the State, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today inaugurated the Centre of Infosys BPM Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of IT giant Infosys Limited at Bhubaneswar which stands as another compelling testament to Odisha’s remarkable prowess in the IT services sector.

Previously, Infosys Limited established their Offshore Development Centre (ODC) at Bhubaneswar which was their first ODC in any State located outside their headquarters in Karnataka. The new centre of Infosys BPM reaffirms the confidence of the company in Odisha and highlights the State’s strategic vision and conducive environment for Investment and favourable ecosystem for businesses.
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Established in April 2002, Infosys BPM Ltd. has 42 delivery locations spread across 16 countries, offering an end-to-end outsourcing services provider which addresses business challenges through its integrated IT and business process outsourcing solutions. The company has been consistently ranked among the leading BPM companies globally.

The inauguration ceremony was attended by Minister for E&IT Tusharkanti Behera, 5T Secretary VK Pandian, Principal Secretary E&IT Manoj Mishra, Special Advisor E&IT Anubhav Pattnaik, Special Secretary E&IT Manas Panda, Additional Secretary E&IT ManojPattnaik, Executive Vice President and Co-head of Delivery at Infosys Satish HC, VP and Development Centre Head at Infosys Bhubaneswar Prabhat Kumar Das, and VP and Business Head at Infosys BPM Neela Mohan.

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Addressing the gathering, the Chief Minister said, “I am very happy that Infosys BPM has opened operations from Bhubaneswar. I am sure that the talented youngsters of Odisha will make this high-end customer service centre a big success for Infosys.”

Infosys Executive Vice President and Co-head of Delivery Satish HC thanked Odisha Govt for its support and praised the speed and responsiveness in facilitating the establishment of the centre. He added that that the centre will create considerable new job opportunities for the youth of the state

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