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Accenture Launches First Innovation Hub In Bengaluru, India - Quick Facts

Accenture (ACN) announced Thursday the launch of its first Innovation Hub in Bengaluru, India.

The state-of-the-art facility offers clients access to Accenture's deep industry knowledge, technology capabilities and business acumen in more than 40 industries, applied in a live technology delivery environment. This will nable clients to experience innovation at scale through customized visits, design-thinking workshops, co-innovation workshops and cross-industry innovation.

The company noted that more than 4,000 people will work at the Innovation Hub, combining research and development capabilities.

This location will create and deliver solutions based on "New IT" - which includes digital, cloud and security-related technologies. It will give clients "hands on" access to all six elements of the Accenture Innovation Architecture .

Bhaskar Ghosh, group chief executive, Accenture Technology Services, said, "At the Innovation Hub in Bengaluru, we are pioneering a shift in traditional technology strategy, development and delivery models to an approach that leverages 'the New' to help clients innovate more quickly."

by RTT Staff Writer

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