GE announced the opening of its largest Digital Hub, globally, in India’s southern city of Bangalore. At this center, customers and GE experts will co-create industrial software and analytics solutions aimed at solving complex business problems.
MillenniumPost reports a statement from GE that said the new location will deliver solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things for the company’s customers, making it easier for industrial companies to execute a strategic digital transformation to drive internal productivity. GE’s Predix, a distributed operating system built for the industrial world, will help customers harness the power of the Industrial Internet and contribute significantly to GE’s goal of achieving $1 billion in productivity by 2020, the statement added.
, VP & Chief Information Officer for GE said, “We’re excited to bring the best and brightest into GE’s new location in India to help us in our journey. Talent is our utmost priority in advancing outcomes and we are keen to harness additional talent from India, specialized in data sciences, analytics and the product development space.”