180,000 people worldwide
$9.5 billion 2016
Infosys is a global leader in technology services and consulting. We enable clients in 45 countries to create and execute strategies for their digital transformation. From engineering to application development, knowledge management and business process management, we help our clients find the right problems to solve, and to solve these effectively. Our team of 200,000+ innovators, across the globe, is differentiated by the imagination, knowledge and experience, across industries and technologies that we bring to every project we undertake.
The Infosys Story
In 1981, seven engineers started Infosys Limited with just US$250. From the beginning, the company was founded on the principle of building and implementing great ideas that drive progress for clients and enhance lives through enterprise solutions. For over three decades, we have been a company focused on bringing to life great ideas and enterprise solutions that drive progress for our clients.
We recognize the importance of nurturing relationships that reflect our culture of unwavering ethics and mutual respect. It’ll come as no surprise, then, that 98.3 percent (Q3 FY 18) of our revenues come from existing clients.
Infosys has a growing global presence with more than 200,000+ employees. Globally, we have 84 sales and marketing offices and 116 development centers as on March 31, 2017.
At Infosys, we believe our responsibilities extend beyond business. That is why we established the Infosys Foundation – to provide assistance to some of the more socially and economically depressed sectors of the communities in which we work. And that is why we behave ethically and honestly in all our interactions – with our clients, our partners and our employees.
A place to think of six impossible things
Started in 1981 by seven engineers and a capital of USD 250, Infosys has today gone on to become a global leader in consulting, technology, and outsourcing solutions. Our unique approach to helping businesses flourish means that we don’t just solve the problems our clients bring to us; rather, we identify the problems that are hindering the growth of enterprises and pursue them till they are solved. This approach has helped us nurture lasting relationships with organizations, so that 96.6 percent of our revenues come from existing clients. Today, Infosys has a growing global presence with over 85 offices and 100 development centers across Asia-Pacific, Americas, Europe and Middle East. Yet, we’re certain that there is a lot more for us to be, create and achieve.
At Infosys, we believe that we’re not just in the business of designing software and providing software services. We’re in the business of reshaping and improving everything around us. The software and services we deliver are just a means to this end. They offers us an opportunity to discover innovative and intelligent ways of solving real world challenges; like taking banking to the most remote parts of the world, helping consumers identify counterfeit medication, finding ways to check money laundering, and making flying more comfortable, and affordable than it ever was.
Problem finders on a mission
Anyone can solve a problem: we all learned how to do that in second grade. But it takes a special kind of person to look beyond the stated problem and see the deeper challenges, the hidden issues that could unlock unimaginable value if we only understood their relevance.
We call those people Problem Finders, and we are building a posse of them at Infosys. That’s why we’ve partnered with Stanford University’s d. School and our own corporate university to train more than 67,000 employees in the last year alone. Our clients are already seeing a difference in the way we engage with them, and they’re excited about it.
This is Design Thinking on an unprecedented scale, and we believe it will disrupt our industry.
But we’re not done. We are bringing these critical skills to each of our 190,000+ employees around the world, from software developers and cloud architects to HR professionals and lawyers. We’re taking great people, and helping them become amazing Problem Finders.
Isn’t that an investment that your career deserves?
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Two months after Infosys murder, employees still feel unsafe
Times of India
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Singapore visa issue may hurt future deals for IT companies like TCS, Infosys: Nasscom
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Singapore blocks visas for Indian IT professionals