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Accenture opens new advanced technology centre at Bhubaneswar

Irish-American professional services and one of the leading technology companies, Accenture inaugurated its new advanced technology centre at Bhubaneswar, Orissa on 22nd February Thursday.

Bhaskar Ghosh, Chief Strategy Officer at Accenture said, “Namaskar Bhubaneswar! Honoured to have the Chief Minister of Odisha, Shri Naveen Patnaik Naveen Patnaik inaugurate our new Accenture Advanced Technology Centre in Bhubaneswar.”

“The centre will build innovative solutions using Generative AI, cloud, and data analytics to drive digital transformation and reinvention for our clients”, he added.

He further said, “As we continue to grow and scale, this new facility reflects our commitment to expand our presence in India!”

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said, “Over the years, resurgent Odisha has scripted success stories in many spheres. The New Odisha is forging ahead towards progress, buoyed by innovation, new ideas, and a strong entrepreneurial ethos.”

“Odisha’s growth trajectory is fuelled by a robust ecosystem which will further boost entrepreneurship, technological innovation, and new-age businesses”, Naveen Patnaik added.

Naveen Patnaik further said, “Accenture’s expertise in these areas will undoubtedly add immense value to our endeavours. The opening of Accenture’s Advanced Technology Center marks yet another watershed moment, signifying the fast-changing IT, strategy, and consulting ecosystem within the State.”

IT giant is a leading global professional services company with over 7,00,000 employees globally including over 350,000 in India.

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