Volvo has made a big commitment to digitalisation at the hands of the Bengaluru Digital Technology Hub

Volvo has made a big commitment to digitalisation at the hands of the Bengaluru Digital Technology Hub

Volvo Car India announced on Thursday that it is expanding the automaker’s Digital Technology Hub in Bangalore to strengthen its digital presence in the country. Swedish luxury automaker Jonas Olsson has been appointed Region APAC, Volvo Group India HR Director of Resources, Head of Digital Technology Center, as of June 1, 2021.

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The company also said it has a broad strategy for the digital footprint in India. The car brand wants to take advantage of local talent for this. The Digital Technology Center is expected to play an important role in the development of future generations of Volvo cars.

The car manufacturer is increasing its footprint in India in recent years. Within this strategy comes the introduction of the Digital Technology Hub.

Commenting on the Digital Technology Hub, Jonas Olsson said that Volvo Cars Digital serves all of Volvo Cars ’IT services and solutions worldwide. “We partner with an ecosystem of partners, which allows us to act quickly, maintain speed and provide excellence in our services at all times. overall vision and business goals, ”he said.

Jyoti Malhotra, CEO of Volvo Car India, said that Jonas Olsson’s rich experience will add value and strengthen Volvo Car India’s main strategy for digitizing all future customer offerings.

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