Infosys’ new chief executive officer (CEO) has come up with a novel approach to reviving the financial fortunes of India’s trailblasing outsourcing firm: use Facebook at work, tweet, but get the job done.
With Infosys reportedly increasing the pay packages of senior executives, including executive vice-presidents and a few vice-presidents, threefold, the Indian information technology (IT) services space might well get a new benchmark.
India’s second largest software services firm Infosys has signed a contract with commercial real estate developer Skanska Property for leasing its office space for 10 years, the biggest such transaction in Poland this year.
With measures initiated by co-founder N R Narayana Murthy's decision to curtail the declining profitability of Infosys expected to start showing results, brokerage firm CLSA has said that the company is now well-positioned to benefit from the demand
Infosys on Thursday said it had widened collaboration with Microsoft and Hitachi Data Systems, in line with chief executive Vishal Sikka's vision to strengthen software offerings and expand global alliances.
Vishal Sikka, the first non-founding chief executive officer (CEO) of India's second-largest information technology (IT) services company Infosys, is going all out to understand and overcome the challenges surrounding the company as well as to establish a
Conventional wisdom says that if higher numbers of employees are leaving there might be something wrong at the company. This is especially true in the software sector which is completely manpower driven.
India's second largest IT services company Infosys has surged 2% to Rs 3790 on the BSE in the early morning trades after the company signed a five-year group-wide IT outsourcing services contract with BP (formerly British Petroleum).
The technology stocks have gained in the morning trades on the back of firm U.S. manufacturing activity data.The U.S. manufacturing activity hit a nearly 3-1/2-year high last month and construction spending rebounded strongly in the month of July.
After leading India's second largest software services firm Infosys, its co-founder S D Shibulal and his wife are now working for social causes like education, child cardiac surgeries, old age pension schemes and organic farming.
Even as big hopes have been pinned on Infosys' new Chief Executive Officer Vishal Sikka, experts believe that the Street is in a patient wait-and-watch mood and there won't be a pressure for performance on the first non-founding leader of the