US-based software engineering firm Infogain has expanded its footprints to Latin America with a delivery center in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Located in Zonamerica, Uruguay’s duty-free zone, the facility is Infogain’s seventh delivery center globally.
The Silicon Valley-based company, which originated in India, says it will tap into budding talent in Uruguayan universities to build digital platform solutions that combine experience, cloud, and artificial intelligence.
“Our new delivery center in Montevideo will begin contributing to two to three large, multi-center projects in its first year and will facilitate the growth of our other engagements,” said Ayan Mukerji, Infogain ‘s chief executive officer.
With more than 5,000 workers around the globe, Infogain is one of the fastest-growing software services providers originating in India. In the two years period between 2019 and 2021, it bought out four of its competitors, three of which are based out of the United States.
Infogain counts Adobe, Microsoft, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Samsung among its clients.
“Infogain is at an exciting stage in its growth journey. With the opening of this new delivery center, we expand our family and add to our diversity,” stated Mukerji, most of whose subordinates work out of the company’s offices in Southern India.
“I am confident our new team in Montevideo will thrive as they collaborate with our team members around the globe and contribute to projects at some of the world’s leading brands.”