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  2. About Infosys


    Infosys Technologies Ltd is an information technology (IT) services company founded in Pune, India in 1981 by N. R. Narayana Murthy and six of his colleagues. In 1983, Infosys moved its headquarters to Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka. It operates nine development centers in India and has over 30 offices worldwide. Annual revenues for fiscal year 2007 exceeded US$3.1 billion with a market capitalization of over US$30 billion. Infosys's income was at Rs. 3,773 crore and net profit was at Rs. 1,079 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2007. Infosys and its subsidiaries employ over 75,971 professionals (as of June 30, 2007) worldwide and is one of India's largest IT companies.

  3. Quotes about Infosys

    1. About 3-4 years ago, I saw a dramatic change taking place in the kind of entrepreneurs coming up in India. They started coming out with break-out ideas that went far beyond call centres and outsourced services. I believe that the success of companies such as Infosys changed mindsets, and made entrepreneurs aware of what could potentially be done out of India.
      Naren Gupta in 'The next Google may be from India'
    2. We will continue to be a services and solutions company, but if for a particular piece of intellectual property if we feel that a product model is more suited then we are open to that.  So we will see some products also from Infosys, like for instance we have Finacle today, so in future we may have more such products, but as I said we will continue to be mainly an IT solutions organization and if a product model is more suitable for one of the things we are open to that.
      In IP creation big growth strategy for Infosys
    3. At SKS there is a unique opportunity to build one of India's next great companies, such as Bharti, Infosys or L&T. SKS has the right pedigree of leadership, an enormous market where they possess a superior operating model, a desire to incorporate best practices in corporate governance and a passionate set of employees that are driven by the singular mission of enabling the poor, profitably. Our investment will give some of India's poorest communities the opportunity to improve their lives while simultaneously providing investors returns that are uncorrelated to traditional finance businesses.
      In SKS Microfinance raises $75 Million (Rs. 366 Crore)