Infosys has a growing global presence with 229,029 employees. Globally, they have operations spread across 191 locations in 46 countries.
At Infosys, they believe their responsibilities extend beyond business. That is why they established the Infosys Foundation – to provide assistance to some of the more socially and economically depressed sectors of the communities in which they work. And that is why they behave ethically and honestly in interactions – with clients, partners, and employees.
In such a dynamic market, they help clients transform their organizations to become a thriving Live Enterprise by augmenting their core digital capabilities, advancing their operating models and transforming their talent for the future. Their Digital Navigation Framework paves way for this transformation with vital digital capabilities at its core, surrounded by a robust operating model and an empowering people context to help nurture the Live Enterprise.
The digital disruption is pushing organizations to rapidly acquire and deploy digital capabilities, in order to stay relevant. To gauge the pace of this digital transformation, Infosys Knowledge Institute conducted a series of surveys with senior management executives of global companies with over $1Bn in revenue.
Infosys believes Digital Transformation can succeed only when it is regarded as a holistic, organization-wide phenomenon. Hence its success depend greatly on the ability of the IT leaders to step out of their comfort zones and work across boundaries and functions to lend a cohesive vision.
Sustainability is one of their key corporate values inspiring employees every single day as they go about their work. With the wish to create sustainable value through our digital transformation efforts across industries and geographies – for customers, employees, shareholders and society.
Being productive is a great means to becoming sustainable. The process simplification efforts undertaken over the past year to make workplace powerfully productive yet simple to maneuver is beginning to pay off. As the people collaborate and cooperate purposefully, with energy and agility, both employee productivity and employee experience have seen an uptick in LITMUS.
With Aarohan Social Innovation Awards, they provide a platform to celebrate and support innovations, and help bring them to life. Through these awards, they are committing to help leading innovators in the social sector to scale their innovations and improve lives. Infosys Foundation is awarding a sum of up to INR 50 lakhs to help relevant innovations scale up.
The objective of Aarohan Social Innovation Awards is to accelerate innovation, and scale the impact of relevant ideas. They would like to recognize and help individuals, teams or NGOs, who are developing unique solutions for social problems. They believe in innovation, from the heart.
Infosys is a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting. They enable clients in 45 countries to navigate their digital transformation. With over three decades of experience in managing the systems and workings of global enterprises, they expertly steer our clients through their digital journey. They do it by enabling the enterprise with an AI-powered core that helps prioritize the execution of change. They also empower the business with agile digital at scale to deliver unprecedented levels of performance and customer delight. Their always-on learning agenda drives their continuous improvement through building and transferring digital skills, expertise, and ideas from their innovation ecosystem.
In 1981, seven engineers started Infosys Limited. 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, they have been a company focused on bringing to life great ideas and enterprise solutions that drive progress for their clients.
They recognize the importance of nurturing relationships that reflect the culture of unwavering ethics and mutual respect. It’ll come as no surprise, then, that 99 percent (Q1 FY20) of their revenues come from existing clients.