- This centre will be headed by Murali Krishna, senior vice president and country manager, Providence India
- The company aims to modernise the world of healthcare by being a digitally enabled health system
Healthcare major Providence has launched its global innovation centre in Hyderabad. The centre will focus on engineering, modern infrastructure, data intelligence, digital innovation, professional services, cyber security, and application development and support.
This centre will be headed by Murali Krishna, senior vice president, and country manager, Providence India. He has joined after working in Microsoft after a long career in various executive leadership roles. The teams will build and innovate with Big Data, artificial intelligence. machine learning, Oracle Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Web Development, Natural Language Processing, Analytics, and other emerging technologies. The company aims to modernise the world of healthcare by being a digitally enabled health system.
Digitally enabled health ecosystem
B.J. Moore, executive vice president, and chief information officer, Providence said, “We are delighted to open our Global Innovation Centre in India. India has world class talent to help accelerate our journey towards a digitally enabled health ecosystem. We are confident that this investment will help us in achieving our vision of health for a better world and be at the forefront of innovation in the healthcare industry.