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GE opens global Digital Hub in India

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As a key step forward in GE's transformation, the company today announced the opening of its largest Hub globally in the city.

Currently employing 1,500 highly skilled IT and software professionals, GE Digital's Hub in will create an additional 1,000 technology positions, the company said.



The new location will deliver world-class solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) for GE's customers, making it easier for industrial companies to execute a strategic transformation to drive internal productivity, it said in a statement here. The Hub is a center for co-creating industrial software and analytics solutions with customers and GE experts, aimed at solving complex business problems.

At the centre of the collaboration is Predix, GE's distributed operating system built for the industrial world.

Predix helps customers harness the power of the Industrial Internet and contribute significantly to GE's goal of achieving USD 1 billion in productivity by 2020, it said. "GE's global Hubs are at the core of our transformation into a premiere industrial company. We're excited to bring the best and brightest into GE's new location in to help us in our journey," said Jim Fowler, VP & Chief Information Officer (CIO) for GE.

"Talent is our utmost priority in advancing outcomes and we are keen to harness additional talent from India, specialised in data sciences, analytics and product development space," he said.

The new location, inaugurated today, is spread over 200,000 sq. Ft. With state-of-the-art facilities. "Bengaluru is one of the six key locations around the world which is focused on IT and software development in line with our business strategy," Anthony Thomas, Group CIO for GE, said.

He said GE is looking to hire talent that can fit its lean and agile culture, wants to work in a unique global set up which has a start-up like feel, within a large enterprise with access to R&D, engineering and manufacturing.

GE Digital's Hub is part of the company's network of global locations in San Ramon, California;Detroit, Michigan; New Orleans, Louisiana; Glen Allen, Virginia; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; and Budapest, Hungary, it said.

It said GE's Predix-based software and solutions are set to deliver more than USD 6 billion in incremental revenue this year, and GE expects to become a USD 15 billion software business by 2020.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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GE opens global Digital Hub in India

As a key step forward in GE's digital transformation, the company today announced the opening of its largest Digital Hub globally in the city. Currently employing 1,500 highly skilled IT and software professionals, GE Digital's Hub in India will create an additional 1,000 technology positions, the company said. The new location will deliver world-class solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) for GE's customers, making it easier for industrial companies to execute a strategic digital transformation to drive internal productivity, it said in a statement here. The Digital Hub is a center for co-creating industrial software and analytics solutions with customers and GE experts, aimed at solving complex business problems. At the centre of the collaboration is Predix, GE's distributed operating system built for the industrial world. Predix helps customers harness the power of the Industrial Internet and contribute significantly to GE's goal of achieving USD 1 ... As a key step forward in GE's transformation, the company today announced the opening of its largest Hub globally in the city.

Currently employing 1,500 highly skilled IT and software professionals, GE Digital's Hub in will create an additional 1,000 technology positions, the company said.

The new location will deliver world-class solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) for GE's customers, making it easier for industrial companies to execute a strategic transformation to drive internal productivity, it said in a statement here. The Hub is a center for co-creating industrial software and analytics solutions with customers and GE experts, aimed at solving complex business problems.

At the centre of the collaboration is Predix, GE's distributed operating system built for the industrial world.

Predix helps customers harness the power of the Industrial Internet and contribute significantly to GE's goal of achieving USD 1 billion in productivity by 2020, it said. "GE's global Hubs are at the core of our transformation into a premiere industrial company. We're excited to bring the best and brightest into GE's new location in to help us in our journey," said Jim Fowler, VP & Chief Information Officer (CIO) for GE.

"Talent is our utmost priority in advancing outcomes and we are keen to harness additional talent from India, specialised in data sciences, analytics and product development space," he said.

The new location, inaugurated today, is spread over 200,000 sq. Ft. With state-of-the-art facilities. "Bengaluru is one of the six key locations around the world which is focused on IT and software development in line with our business strategy," Anthony Thomas, Group CIO for GE, said.

He said GE is looking to hire talent that can fit its lean and agile culture, wants to work in a unique global set up which has a start-up like feel, within a large enterprise with access to R&D, engineering and manufacturing.

GE Digital's Hub is part of the company's network of global locations in San Ramon, California;Detroit, Michigan; New Orleans, Louisiana; Glen Allen, Virginia; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; and Budapest, Hungary, it said.

It said GE's Predix-based software and solutions are set to deliver more than USD 6 billion in incremental revenue this year, and GE expects to become a USD 15 billion software business by 2020.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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GE opens global Digital Hub in India

As a key step forward in GE's transformation, the company today announced the opening of its largest Hub globally in the city.

Currently employing 1,500 highly skilled IT and software professionals, GE Digital's Hub in will create an additional 1,000 technology positions, the company said.

The new location will deliver world-class solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) for GE's customers, making it easier for industrial companies to execute a strategic transformation to drive internal productivity, it said in a statement here. The Hub is a center for co-creating industrial software and analytics solutions with customers and GE experts, aimed at solving complex business problems.

At the centre of the collaboration is Predix, GE's distributed operating system built for the industrial world.

Predix helps customers harness the power of the Industrial Internet and contribute significantly to GE's goal of achieving USD 1 billion in productivity by 2020, it said. "GE's global Hubs are at the core of our transformation into a premiere industrial company. We're excited to bring the best and brightest into GE's new location in to help us in our journey," said Jim Fowler, VP & Chief Information Officer (CIO) for GE.

"Talent is our utmost priority in advancing outcomes and we are keen to harness additional talent from India, specialised in data sciences, analytics and product development space," he said.

The new location, inaugurated today, is spread over 200,000 sq. Ft. With state-of-the-art facilities. "Bengaluru is one of the six key locations around the world which is focused on IT and software development in line with our business strategy," Anthony Thomas, Group CIO for GE, said.

He said GE is looking to hire talent that can fit its lean and agile culture, wants to work in a unique global set up which has a start-up like feel, within a large enterprise with access to R&D, engineering and manufacturing.

GE Digital's Hub is part of the company's network of global locations in San Ramon, California;Detroit, Michigan; New Orleans, Louisiana; Glen Allen, Virginia; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; and Budapest, Hungary, it said.

It said GE's Predix-based software and solutions are set to deliver more than USD 6 billion in incremental revenue this year, and GE expects to become a USD 15 billion software business by 2020.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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