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GitHub, Infosys collaborate to Launch centre of excellence in Bengaluru

In a significant move towards accelerating digital transformation in India, GitHub has partnered with Infosys to launch the first GitHub Center of Excellence in Bangalore. This initiative aims to leverage AI and advanced software solutions to drive global economic growth.

By integrating GitHub Copilot across Infosys’ developer teams and extending its capabilities to their clients, this collaboration promises to enhance the speed and efficiency of software production worldwide. The partnership represents a generational opportunity for Global Systems Integrators (GSIs) to spearhead advancements in the AI and software sectors.

Thomas Dohmke, CEO of GitHub, posted on LinkedIn, saying, “A new day has begun for the world’s GSI’s. The Age of Copilot is here.”

The launch event, attended by Infosys executives Rafee Tarafdar, CTO of Infosys, and Bali (Balakrishna) D., executive VP of Infosys, showcased the potential of this collaboration to deliver new business value and innovation in the global software economy.

GitHub has been bullish on India to empower the developers in the country. On Dohmke’s visit to India, GitHub has also posted a video with Infosys highlighting how the IT giant is helping developers across India, and the world.

GitHub’s interest in India is well-founded. The company has recently released its Innovation Graph with data from the fourth quarter of 2023, providing a detailed look at global developer activities over the past four years.

The updated data charts show the growing use of AI among developers in India, marked by a surge in project documentation. This trend is largely fuelled by the adoption of chat-based generative AI tools such as GitHub Copilot Chat and ChatGPT. Analytics India Mag

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