In order to further develop the IT ecosystem in the state, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today officially opened IBM’s Client Innovation Center (CIC) at O-Hub, Chandaka Industrial Estate in Bhubaneswar. The new facility would establish Odisha as an Indian powerhouse for technological resources.
The company will be able to accommodate 500 personnel at the Innovation Centre as it looks to increase its ability to service international clients from India. Opportunities will be provided for current personnel, and the organisation will be able to utilise prospective talent, including graduate hiring from the Odisha technical educational ecosystem.
“The resurgent Odisha has authored success tales in various fields over the years,” CM Naveen Patnaik remarked during the facility’s inauguration. It is moving forward with renewed assurance toward creating a Fresh Odisha that embraces innovation, entrepreneurship, and new ideas. The Indian state of Odisha is quickly becoming a centre for technical resources.
The CM noted that the majority of IT companies have established offices in Bhubaneswar, highlighting the enormous opportunities available there. “Odisha is becoming a sought-after location because of the enabling climate, facilitation services, and vast talent pool here.
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