MUMBAI, May 4- Infosys said its plans to hire thousands of workers in the United States would enable faster deployment of staff in areas such as big data and cloud, dismissing concerns about additional labour costs. The Indian IT services firm said on Tuesday it aims to hire 10,000 U.S. staff over the next two years and open four technology centres in the United...
*Plans to open 4 U.S. tech centres, starting with Indiana in Aug. SAN FRANCISCO/ MUMBAI, May 2- India- based IT services firm Infosys Ltd said it plans to hire 10,000 U.S. workers in the next two years and open four technology centers in the United States, starting with a center this August in Indiana, the home state of U.S. In a telephone interview with Reuters from Indiana,...
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