DETROIT — General Motors Co., which is shifting computer technology functions into the company from outside firms, plans to open four information technology centers in the United States, each with a staff of at least 500.
It’s all part of a move to bring 90 percent of GM’s information technology from outside companies in-house, which GM believes will make the company more nimble and efficient.
The first of the centers is open in Austin with a handful of staff. Hiring will increase as GM finds the right workers, the company said Friday.
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