TechnoparkToday.com(July, 2018): Fresh after the sowing of Nissan at the capital of God’s own country, India’s fifth largest software services exporter, Tech Mahindra has reportedly summoned a colloquy to establish their center in Trivandrum. Ernst & Young(EY), one of the “Big Four” accounting firms, has out forward a proposal to the chief minister(CM) of Kerala, PinarayiVijayan regarding the same.
The proposed center could eventually proffer up to 2000 job opportunities to the ones seeking in Technopark, Trivandrum. The Nissan center that was inaugurated on July 2nd is its first global digital R&D hub for driverless cars has only a pocket full of staff, paving a clear path for a multitude of job prospects in fields such as artificial intelligence(AI), machine learning, big data and Internet of Things(IoT), within a time span of three years.
The vital reason for Trivandrum being anointed for this prodigious purpose were the intricate quality of life complemented by the vivid talent acquisition. To not end just there, another initiative was given birth to when the EY global vice-chair Srinivasa Rao colluded with the Kerala CM pitching a center of excellence(CoE) in evolving technology. All in all, be equipped to embrace a wave of employment opportunities in the ever advancing field of technology.
Side Fact: Tech Mahindra is one of the leading service providers for Nissan.
Richu K Philip, Editor