Airbus India opens its new facility in Bengaluru

In a bid to advance the group’s fast-expanding information technology and digital capabilities across its global operations, Airbus India has opened a 500-person information management centre in Bengaluru.

According to the company, the new centre underscores Airbu’s efforts to maximise value from its global footprint, including from India where a remarkable information technology engineering talent pool is complementing Airbu’s European partner ecosystems.

Carlo Nizam, Chief Information Officer, Airbus India & South Asia, “Digital transformation is driving changes to our workforce evolution and make/buy approach that includes a greater degree of internal competences and capabilities as well as access to new partner ecosystems.”

Nizam added: “These evolutions cannot be addressed from our European footprint alone and require an integrated global approach. Our footprint in India is a strategic and integrated arm of information management that provides access to a vast pool of skilled talent.”

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