Infosys and Adobe partner to drive digital workforce transformation

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Infosys, an Indian global technology company, has announced a collaboration with Adobe as part of its Tech for Good charter with an aim to transform the digital workforce through the Infosys Springboard online learning platform.

As part of the collaboration, both organizations have set a target to create over 10,000 new Adobe-certified experts globally by 2025. Infosys will play a crucial role in reskilling and bridging the skill gap by providing free access to advanced digital learning content offered by Adobe on Infosys Springboard.

Aspiring professionals and lifelong learners will have the opportunity to explore their interests and access Adobe’s curriculum, specifically focusing on Adobe Experience Cloud, through Infosys Springboard. This collaboration will not only enable individuals to gain expertise but also deliver corporate learning experiences accessible on any device, ultimately creating a pool of upskilled professionals.

Infosys and Adobe partner to drive digital workforce transformation and create 10,000 Adobe certified experts

Infosys and Adobe partner to drive digital workforce transformation and create 10,000 Adobe certified experts. Photo courtesy of Infosys Limited.

Anil Chakravarthy — Adobe President of Digital Experience Business said: “To succeed in today’s digital economy, it is imperative that businesses focus on ensuring the ongoing readiness and success of their most important asset, their own people. Scalable training can help bridge the tech talent gap, and our collaboration with Infosys will empower the future workforce to upskill their digital proficiencies using Infosys Springboard.”

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Aligned with its ESG Vision 2030, Infosys aims to enable digital skills at scale and empower over 10 million people in India by 2025 through the Infosys Springboard program. Since its launch, Infosys Springboard has successfully expanded its reach, attracting more than 5 million registered users in India, forming a thriving community of learners.

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By joining forces with Adobe, Infosys is reinforcing its commitment to driving digital transformation and equipping individuals with the necessary skills to thrive in the digital era.

Rajesh Varrier — Infosys EVP and Head Americas and Global Head of Digital Experience said: “Infosys Springboard is designed to empower people, communities, and society with skills to be successful in the 21st century. Together with Adobe, we will provide free access to Adobe’s training program to develop digital competence at scale, create a skilled workforce and enhance employability.”

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