Infosys, a global leader in IT services, is collaborating with Adobe to improve digital skills through Infosys Springboard, its online learning platform. As part of Infosys’ Tech for Good initiative, this collaborative project intends to produce over 10,000 new globally certified Adobe experts by 2025.
By granting free access to Adobe’s cutting-edge digital learning materials, the company will help with reskilling and closing the skills gap. Aspiring professionals and lifelong learners can use Adobe’s curriculum and explore their interests.
While this partnership intends to develop a pool of knowledgeable and aspirational individuals, it also makes sure corporate learning is accessible on all devices. According to Anil Chakravarthy, president of Adobe’s digital experience business, companies must put a priority on maintaining the preparedness and success of their most valuable asset, their own employees, in order to flourish in the modern digital economy.
In addition, he said, “Scalable training can help bridge the tech talent gap, and our collaboration with the company will empower the future workforce to upskill their digital proficiencies using Infosys Springboard.”
According to Rajesh Varrier, EVP, head of Infosys’ Americas and global digital experience, “Infosys Springboard is designed to empower people, communities, and society with skills to be successful in the 21st century. Together with Adobe, it will provide free access to Adobe’s training program to develop digital competence at scale, create a skilled workforce and enhance employability”.
By 2025, Infosys hopes to have more than 10 million Indians with digital skills through its Infosys Springboard program.