Infosys Limited provides business consulting, technology, engineering, and outsourcing services worldwide.
Industry: IT Consulting & Software
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Aaarti Ambani 06:03 PM 14-10-2020
$INFY completes acquisition of Product Design and Development firm, Kaleidoscope Innovation. The deal was announced September 3 - quite fast! #bullish
Pusti Khanna 03:00 PM 27-09-2020
$INFY Averge Broker Target is 841.25 suggesting -16.83% downside
RSI is 61.5 - mid range but on the high side
Went too much up during COVID-19 driven rally
Nita Bhardwaj 06:38 PM 27-06-2016
$WIPRO$INFY$HCLTECH$TCS revenue growth in the industry could fall to 8-6 per cent in 2020 from 13 per cent in 2015... business model disruption has not been priced in and that as the “revenue disruption” of digital technologies becomes more visible the industry will suffer a structural decline. #sell
$INFY is not following its ADR... which is trading at 18.68 = with INR to US at 66 it should quote atleast 1232 #buy
Marichi Sanyal 05:33 PM 11-01-2016
Amit Khurana, Co-Head Equity & HoR, Dolat Capital Market: $INFY and $TCS may loose 10% in 2016 #bearish
"So what I am hearing is that the utilisation levels have started dropping off. Getting new contracts, and I am saying, specifically, for two names, TCS and Infosys, pricing has become a very important element. I am hearing more evidence of that on TCS than Infosys."
Nita Bhardwaj 11:29 PM 08-01-2016
$INFY Infosys to Announce Third Quarter Results on January 14, 2016
$INFY Another confirmation that Infosys is blindly following the trend, not leading it: (ET) Infosys is evaluating at least half a dozen earlystage startups in India for investments, signaling its intentions to tap into India's evolving software products ecosystem. The company, which has allocated about $250 million (Rs 1,580 crore) for investments, aims to park $10-25 million per startup if it decides to invest in any of the software product firms it is in talks with, 3 ppl confirmed #bearish
Dalip Malhan 10:43 PM 27-04-2015
$INFY I think correction is over, now time to buy & hold
Nikhil Mahadevia 01:24 PM 27-04-2015
$INFY@Dalip-Malhan good paper, and Infosys acquisition of Kallidus (cloud services) after Panaya (ERP) earlier this year is confirming that they are struggling and trying to expand to new areas, but ERP was important 10y ago and a tiny cloud services provider doesn't have enough scale #bearish
$INFY today announced a multi-year, multimillion-dollar partnership with ABN AMRO, a leading retail and commercial bank, to provide IT services for the bank’s operations. As part of this, Infosys, as one of the strategic partners of ABN AMRO, will deliver services across application development and maintenance, testing and product implementation. www.infosys.com/newsroom/...ank.aspx
Niten 05:07 PM 01-02-2015
$INFY@Nikhil-Mahadevia agree, I can confirm this as a former Infosys employee
Nikhil Mahadevia 10:47 PM 29-01-2015
I am long on $INFY as they spend a lot of resources and attention to personal selection and training. One of the indicators is that out of 21 pages in Infosys recent investor presentation spends 2 pages on Hiring, Developing and Retaining talent #bullish
Dalip Malhan 05:55 PM 25-01-2015
$INFY ROCE 36%, ROIC 61% LTM Q3 2015 - amazing returns! That means all the cash coming from growth and not paid in dividends will create 61% annualy for investors #bullish
Niten 11:52 PM 23-01-2015
Q3 results confirms that so far $INFY managed to reverse negative trend in margin since Q4 2014 #bullish
Vishal Khanna 12:24 AM 17-01-2015
$INFY I am not surprised, LTM growth at 31-12-2014 is 6.8% which is almost GDP growth rate - too small for 13.6 EV/EBITDA! #hold There are better opportunities on the market.
$TATACOMM As they claimed, they had not enough demand. Probably as $TATACOMM doesn't provide any unique business model. It's a global Tier 1 network provider - there are similar companies in the US. $INFY is an EM company which does labor arbitrage and provides a chance to invest in outsourcing growth trend.
Infosys Limited provides business consulting, technology, engineering, and outsourcing services worldwide. Its solutions include business IT services comprising application development and maintenance, independent validation services, infrastructure management, business process management, and engineering services consisting of product engineering and life cycle solutions; and consulting and systems integration services, including consulting, enterprise solutions, systems integration, and advanced technologies. Its solutions also comprise products, platforms, and solutions under the Infosys Edge brand to cater the next generation market needs driven by global trends, including digital consumers, digital marketing, emerging economies, distributive trade, and enterprise buying; and banking software products to address the core banking, e-banking, mobile banking, CRM, payments, treasury, origination, liquidity management, wealth management, and Islamic banking requirements of retail, corporate, and universal banks worldwide. In addition, the company offers cloud and IT transformation services, such as cloud-based transformation, Big Data, and workplace transformation; and enterprise mobility services and solutions, including consulting services, business solutions, technology solutions, and services. It serves clients in financial services and insurance; manufacturing; energy, communications and services; resources and utilities; retail, consumer packaged goods and logistics; life sciences; and healthcare and growth markets. The company was formerly known as Infosys Technologies Limited and changed its name to Infosys Limited in June 2011. Infosys Limited was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Bengaluru, India.