Infosys and Chief Scientist of Israel want to promote research and industrial development

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desenvolvimento industrialInfosys, líder mundial em serviços de consultoria e technology, announced today the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) com o Estado de Israel para estabelecer e aumentar a colaboração em pesquisa e development industrial. This MoU is part of “Global enterprise collaboration program” desenvolvido pelo gabinete do cientista-chefe de Israel para acelerar a innovation através de um ecossistema mundial.

The MoU creates a system for industrial collaboration between Infosys and Israeli companies in emerging technology areas of cloud computing, information security, sensors, análise e sustentabilidade. Com uma forte base mundial de clientes em todos os segmentos da indústria e com experiência comprovada na promoção de inovações que levam growth para as empresas, Infosys will provide valuable knowledge in the definition of relevant challenges and solutions in various sectors.

THE Infosys Labs, research and innovation Division of Infosys, promotes research on the megatrend ‘building the enterprise of tomorrow‘, that has the potential to transform the client's business. Committed to the principle of “innovation co-creation”, Infosys Labs strengthens your existing customer innovation ecosystem, partners and industry consortia through this MoU.

On occasion, Subu Goparaju, Senior Vice President and head of the Infosys Labs, said: “This collaboration aligns with our vision of bringing together different networks of innovation from all parts of the world and make them relevant to our clients. In Infosys, We seek to leverage the innovation ecosystem in Israel, as part of the evaluation of early stage technologies that are relevant to customers can build companies of tomorrow”.

After the signing of the agreement, Shalom Simhon, Minister of industry, Trade and Work of Israel, declared: “Our Ministry provides Israeli exporters, a Government-backed toolset designed to help provide the best Indian colleagues that Israel has to offer in the tech sector. The agreement signed today with the Infosys is an important example of another such tool. The enormous potential of the Indian market has not gone unnoticed by companies and owners of Israeli industries, and the Ministry of industry, Commerce and labor works tirelessly to realising the potential of trade between the two countries, for the benefit of both Nations”.

Avi Hasson, the Chief Scientist of the Ministry of industry, Commerce and labor, said: “We signed a number of agreements with various international companies in the last five years, and the numerous projects of P&(D) that emerged from these agreements demonstrate the keen interest that international companies have in collaborating with Israeli partners from initial P&(D). The agreements, as this signed with Infosys, stimulate this collaboration and facilitate the convergence of advantages on both sides in mutually beneficial projects”.

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