Amdocs unveils 2nd innovation lab at MIT
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Amdocs unveils 2nd innovation lab at MIT

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 28 January 2009, 10:17 Hrs   |    3 Comments
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Bangalore: To create a link between academia and industry, U.S. based customer experience systems (CES) provider Amdocs has unveiled its second innovation lab in India at Maharashtra Institute of Technology (MIT). The first lab was launched at Pune's Institute of Computer Technology (PICT) in September 2008.

"We are establishing Innovation Labs at leading universities to encourage fresh, talented minds to generate and develop new ideas, which could potentially help the industry and our customers to solve technical or business issues," said Anshoo Gaur, Head of Amdocs India. Students are identified following a rigorous selection process, who would enter a mentorship program led by senior Amdocs IT industry professionals.

The Amdocs Innovation Labs in India augment the company's presence in the country. Amdocs has development and support centers in Pune and Gurgaon, charged with system deployments, delivering consulting and managed services projects to customers, as well as product development, sales and customer support activities. The company offers its more than 3,700 employees in India a dynamic environment in which to work on complex projects that will be deployed at Amdocs customers around the world.

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1: Do you want to know why this is plain stupid? Because the Indian employees, let alone the Indian students have not seen a live telco customer in their short lifes and cannot and will not immagine the magnitude and complexity of problems at a big telco that need innovative solutions. That approach is whaty I call innovating with the baseball bat. Good luck. I lreduct this is the next victim of cost cutting at Amdocs.
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