Times of India — BENGALURU: Infosys Finacle, part of EdgeVerve Systems, has launched Finacle as a managed service on Oracle Cloud. This offering will enable banks globally to leverage Finacle’s industry-leading solution suite, along with other enterprise-class applications hosted on premise or in an external environment, to gain agility and cost efficiencies. With this offering, Finacle becomes one of the first comprehensive banking platforms to be available as a managed service on Oracle Compute Cloud.
Times of India — NEW DELHI: Infosys, country’s second-largest software services firm, and Chinese ICT solutions provider Huawei have partnered to launch a smart stadium solution. The solution will provide high-speed Wi-Fi access and smart services for users in stadiums and exhibition centres, a statement said. No financial details of the partnership were disclosed.
NASDAQ — Infosys Limited has joined forces with U.S.-based conglomerate General Electric Company and other members of the Industrial Internet Consortium (“IIC”) to develop innovative Internet of Things (“IoT”) offerings. Through this alliance with its peers, Infosys intends to consolidate its position in the global cloud market.
India Times — BENGALURU: Infosys is building new solutions in the Internet of Things (IoT) space for its clients and has formed a partnership with long-time customer General Electric, at a time when the US-based industrial conglomerate is doubling down on industrial internet. Industrial Internet refers to the integration of appliances and machinery with sensors and software that are networked.
Deal Street Asia — Infosys Ltd has partnered with Palo Alto-based venture capital firm Vertex Ventures US Fund I Lp to boost its access to start-ups focused on disruptive technologies. The move by Infosys Innovation Fund, which has an outlay of $500 million, puts India’s second-largest software services exporter in the league of technology titans such as Google Inc. that (through their corporate venture arms) have partnered with VC firms across the globe to find the next big thing.
Times of India — NEW DELHI: Infosys has launched two new financial products for the Indian market that will help it tap the multi-million dollar opportunity in the newly announced payments banks segment. The two products — Finacle Payments Bank and Finacle Small Finance Bank solutions — are part of EdgeVerve Systems, the product subsidiary of Infosys, the country’s second largest software services firm.
Times of India — BENGALURU: Karnataka government has cleared three major IT projects planned by Infosys to set up more campuses in the city at an investment of Rs 1,918 crore that would generate 27,000 jobs. “The IT major Infosys is going to invest $290 million (Rs 1,918 crore) on three campuses. One will be built at Electronic City and other two at Konappana Agrahara of Bengaluru South taluk,” chief minister Siddaramaiah said in a statement.
Huawei plans to partner with financial services providers including Acenture, Deloitte, First Data and Infosys to promote the the adoption by the banking industry of open-standards and cloud-based technologies comparable to those used by Internet start-ups. “Internet companies have achieved great success by deploying cloud computing and open architecture,” Huawei stated.
Times of India — BENGALURU: Bank of America, which is one of the biggest technology customers of India’s $146-billion IT industry, is now again handing out business worth over $300 million to India’s second largest software exporter Infosys, after a brief drop in business volumes last year. According to Infosys’s latest quarterly report, the company now has a customer that contributes about $300 million of annual revenues.
Times of India — MUMBAI: The stock of Infosys surged over 11% in early trade on Tuesday after the company said its net profit for the April-June quarter rose 5% to Rs 3,030 crore and under its new CEO, Vishal Sikka, who is just one year into the job, it has manage to win large orders. Under Sikka, the company has made some changes to its focus areas which include high-margin businesses like automation, artificial intelligence and digital technology.
RTN Asia — Infosys said it will now offer the Finacle suite of software solutions on Verizon Cloud. Finacle is a software suite designed to run banks on, while Verizon cloud refers to an Internet-based platform offered by Verizon. Core bank software is usually not run on cloud computing infrastructure, particularly over public cloud platforms, due to security-related concerns.
Market Wired — NEW YORK, NY: China Telecom, India’s Infosys and South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co.are among the top-ranked companies in Institutional Investor’s inaugural ranking of Asia’s Best Analyst Days. To be successful, an analyst day — or capital markets day, as the events are sometimes called — must provide an opportunity for portfolio managers and sell-side researchers to get to know the executive teams of the companies they cover, learn about their short- and long-term objectives, gain a greater understanding of the business dynamics, and have their questions answered promptly and thoroughly.
NEW DELHI: IT major Infosys has bagged three deals from overseas clients which include two in the financial services space and one for managed services. Croatia’s Hrvatska Postanska Banka (HPB) and Sharjah Islamic Bank (SIB) in the middle east have selected Infosys Finacle Payments solution for their business. “The Finacle solution will also help HPB to comply with Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) requirements and support Croatia’s harmonisation process with European Union regulations and Payment Service Directive,” Infosys said in a statement.
PORTLAND, Ore., May 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Open Data Center Alliance (ODCA), the global organization where members work together to advance the deployment of enterprise cloud solutions and services that are interoperable, secure and free of vendor lock-in, today welcomed three new members to its Board of Directors – Samson David of Infosys, Edward Goldman of Intel, and Wanjing Li, of China Unicom Group. The Alliance also introduced nine new member companies, bringing its general membership to an all-time high as the organization approaches its fifth anniversary.
BENGALURU: Infosys has created a special team under direct supervision of chief executive Vishal Sikka to manage the top 15 customer accounts at India’s second largest software exporter. It is also in the process of completely revamping its core banking software Finacle, with heavy investments underway in the US. During an investor conference in New York, Sikka said Infosys has hired a new chief technology officer ( CTO) for its products business.
BENGALURU: Technology research firm Gartner believes Infosys is poised to win significant market share over the next two years and that the software major may be on course to reach its goal to become a $20-billion company by 2020. “We are confident in the company’s near-term to mid-term growth forecast, based on the growing pipeline, marked improvements in attrition levels that are positively influencing win rates and a more targeted message that is resonating well with clients,” Gartner analyst Sandra Notardonato said.
BENGALURU: Infosys has proposed a significant expansion of its operations in Bengaluru, adding about 21,500 seats at the Electronics City software hub by spending about Rs 2,000 crore. If the plan fructifies, it will make Karnataka’s capital the biggest centre for the company, surpassing Pune. The company, which ended March 2015 with revenue of Rs 53,319 crore ($ 8.7 billion), has submitted a proposal to the government seeking clearances. Information technology minister SR Patil told ET that the software company is keen to pursue its investment plans in Bengaluru and create new jobs.
The bloom is coming off the rose for many Indian IT services firms. Over the past decade, India created a wealth-generating “engine” of innovation and an industrialised services model. That disruptive model took the world by storm. It humbled industry giants, bringing once-great firms such as EDS and CSC to their knees and forcing other great firms such as IBM and Accenture to adopt India’s model. Large Indian firms such as Cognizant, Infosys, TCS and Wipro became global leaders. The engine built a $100 billion-plus services industry that sheltered a generation of IT talent and placed India squarely in the centre of the knowledge economy.
BENGALURU: Infosys has acquired US-based digital experience solutions company Kallidus for $120 million that includes a deferred component and retention bonus. Kallidus offers including mobile commerce and in-store shopping experiences to large retail clients. It develops and host mobile websites, apps, and other digital shopping experiences across mobile, tablet, desktop, in-store and all emerging channels. The latest acquisition is Bengaluru-based IT company’s second acquisition this year.
BENGALURU: Infosys is set to identify and incubate about a dozen new ideas that could potentially bring $100 million (about Rs 620 crore) each and a total of over a billion dollars in incremental revenue annually over the next few years, as part of a strategy being spearheaded by CEO Vishal Sikka to propel growth at India’s second largest software exporter.