The launch of design studio in London reinforces the Infosys’ commitment to expansion of a worldwide, connected network of studios
Infosys, a leading global organisation delivering next-generation digital services and consulting, announced that it has opened Experience Design and Innovation Studio in Shoreditch, London. The studio will offer a state-of-the-art space for Infosys and its clients to ideate, innovate and collaborate by combining design and latest technology offerings, including artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and 5G.
The new studio is designed to facilitate co-innovation and co-creation between Infosys and its clients at both scale and speed. The studio is powered by Brilliant Basics, the experience design arm of Infosys in Europe.
The aim of studio to bring a design-led mindset and customer-centric focus to clients’ digital transformation agendas. It will also recruit and scale talent with capabilities in experience design, customer-centric technologies and innovation strategy, as well as focus on the creation of emerging technologies for use in a broad range of businesses, including those in financial services, telecom, manufacturing and retail.
The studio is spread across an area of 20,000 ft and has a capacity to seat 250 employees. It has been carefully built to provide clients with an opportunity to work alongside Infosys for innovative thinking in a dynamic environment. In addition, the studio features a wellness zone and a usability lab as well as a range of creative spaces. It will also provide opportunity to local start-ups to showcase their products to clients.
The launch of design studio in London reinforces the Infosys’ commitment to expansion of a worldwide, connected network of studios that are focused on accelerating the digital transformation agenda for customers. The company’s design studios are spread across the world – from LA, New York, Berlin and Melbourne to Pune and Bengaluru. The addition of new design studio will strengthen its ability to rapidly service the needs of global clients.
Developing digital talent
Speaking on the development, Ravi Kumar S., President, Infosys, said, “Our global network of connected studios brings together the best of design and technology, knowledge, innovation and experience from across the world to drive the digital agenda for clients locally. We have invested in the heart of Silicon Roundabout in London because of the larger presence of entrepreneurs, innovative start-up ecosystem, proximity to some of the world’s largest and most successful brands and the access to diverse talent.”
“In addition, to enhance the availability of relevant talent, we are partnering with universities across the UK, through academic partnerships, to develop digital talent,” he added.