· McDermott opens a state of the art facility for digital technology advancement in Pune, India
· New innovation center will encourage high technology employment opportunities in the local area
· McDermott, a global leader in the upstream offshore oil and gas sector, supports the “Make in India” initiative
PUNE: McDermott International, Inc. (NYSE:MDR), a global leader in providing integrated engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) services for upstream offshore oil and gas fields worldwide, announced today the launch of its First Digital Innovation Center in Pune, India.
McDermott’s key focus is to develop and utilize innovative digital solutions to lead the transformation in offshore oil and gas projects. Also, the facility will encourage high technology employment opportunities in the local area.
The inauguration ceremony, hosted by McDermott Vice President, Chief Information & Digital Officer Akash Khurana, was held today in Pune. The Digital Innovation Center was inaugurated by Shri. Girish Bapat, Cabinet Minister for Food & Civil Supplies and the Guardian Minister for Pune; Shri. Vijay Shivtare, Minister of State for Water Resources & Water Conservation; Ms. Snehalata B. Kolhe, Member of the Legislative Assembly of Maharashtra; Mr. Nitinrao Kolhe, Executive Trustee, Sanjivani Group of Institutes and Mr. Amit Kolhe, Managing Trustee, Sanjivani Group of Institutes.
The Digital Innovation Center will serve as a technology epicenter to support McDermott’s India plans for growth as well as support McDermott’s digital initiatives globally. The technology innovations will be primarily used to develop external solutions for the oil and gas market.
“This facility has been developed as an expansion to McDermott’s operations in India,” said Mr Akash Khurana, Vice President, Chief Information & Digital Officer, McDermott. “The aim of the center is to cater to our current and prospective clients with the best possible digital technology in the EPCI space of offshore facilities and subsea fields.”
The Digital Innovation Center will focus on three main areas – Digital Innovation Delivery, Digital Product Management and the Digital Experience. The center is expected to further supplement the organization and the clients to give a more real-life and 3D view of the projects that will be developed in the labs.
The Digital Innovation Center, spread across 5,400 sq. ft. space, is expected to grow in the coming years and will house a highly-collaborative, cross-functional team equipped with world-class technology and services to enhance the customer experience.
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