Virtusa Opens Indy Innovation Center

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Massachusetts-based Virtusa Corp. (Nasdaq: VRTU) has launched its Innovation Center in Indianapolis. The facility will serve as an incubation hub to showcase its technology capabilities, along with those of the company’s clients and partners.

Virtusa says the goal of the Innovation Center is to help clients digitally transform their operations. The company adds it will also support the transformational needs of Indianapolis businesses "looking to re-imagine their digital futures."

"We are excited about this new center that not only strengthens the Indianapolis community, but also reaffirms our commitment to designing IT and digital solutions that reduce technical debt and bring our clients closer to their consumers," said Mark Ohrvall, head of the Indianapolis center. "Our Innovation Center will improve how we empower our teams to learn, collaborate and deliver best-in-class customer experiences. Our new center will help us quickly bring to market the next generation of digital process automation (DPA) and industry solutions for our clients."

Virtusa says the facility features collaborative work spaces for clients, partners and Virtusa engineers to work together, as well as an executive auditorium for presentations and showcases. You can read more about the Indianapolis Innovation Center by clicking here.

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