Wipro and Missouri’s JAG team up in new Jefferson City office


Technology services and consulting company Wipro Limited has announced the inauguration of its new 75,000-square-foot office in Jefferson City, Missouri. This office serves as a main support center for some of Wipro’s key clients, particularly in the healthcare and government sectors. The company is also partnering with Missouri’s Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program to attract local talent.

Focus on Healthcare and Government Solutions

The new Wipro office houses a state-of-the-art healthcare solutions innovation lab focused on Medicaid and Medicare programs. Utilizing technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), automation, and cloud solutions, the lab aims to improve user experience and deliver more value to citizens.

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State Officials Celebrate Partnership with JAG

The inauguration ceremony, held on Thursday, September 14, was graced by Teresa Parson, First Lady of Missouri and Co-Chair of JAG, Missouri. “Our students are the workforce of tomorrow and critical to Missouri’s future,” said Mike Parson, Governor of Missouri. “It’s great to see companies like Wipro partner with Missouri’s JAG program to help our young people capitalize on the amazing opportunities in technology right here in our state.”

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Wipro Committed to Local Talent and Clients

Srini Pallia, Chief Executive Officer, Americas 1, Wipro Limited, expressed enthusiasm about the new facility and the partnership with JAG. “This working space highlights our commitment to all our clients in the area as well as our efforts in creating local jobs,” Pallia said. The JAG program aims to help high school graduates transition into jobs that can develop into long-term careers, aligning with Wipro’s commitment to fostering local talent.

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