FCA intends to invest Rs. 110 crore to set up a global technology center

FCA intends to invest Rs. 110 crore to set up a global technology center

The Italian/American multinational corporation Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) intends to invest Rs. 110crore to set up a global technology center place in southern India’s Telangana state Hyderabad city. On 16th December, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said that “The Indian Govt will make almost 1,000 – 1100 job positions before the end of 2021 and will zero in on advancement for future versatility in zones, for example, associated vehicles, AI technology, data science, and cloud innovation”.

FCA intends to invest Rs. 110 crore to set up a global technology center
FCA intends to invest Rs. 110 crore to set up a global technology center

CIO Mamatha Chamarthi also stated that “One of the key targets is to digitalize each part of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’s car activities around the world and inside India and to move from inheritance to computerized through the appropriation of arising advances”. The Automobile company, which creates and sells its Jeep SUVs in India, said it intends to increment recruiting for the innovation place throughout the following few years. It additionally said it designs new vehicles for 2021.