Infosys among WSJ’s 100 Most Sustainably Managed Companies in the World

Infosys, a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, has been ranked amongst The Wall Street Journal’s list of 100 most sustainably managed companies in the world.

The Wall Street Journal’s ranking was produced by the Journal’s environment, social and governance research analysts, who assessed more than 5,500 publicly traded businesses based on sustainability metrics in areas such as business model and innovation, external social and product issues, employee and workplace issues, and the environment.

Each company was scored by combining up to 165 company-reported data items with an analysis of media coverage by more than 8,800 sources. The ranking’s methodology takes a broad view of sustainability, one which assesses a company’s leadership and governance practices for their ability to create value for shareholders over the long term.

As an early proponent of responsible business, we have readily embraced our obligation to integrate ESG factors into everything we do. We aspire to be an industry leader in how we incorporate sustainability into the business landscapes that we build for our clients and the operations of our own business. Today, our 2030 vision reflects how ESG will continue to be integral to Infosys’ sustainable business performance.

Highlights of ESG Achievements:

  • In FY2020, over 44 percent of Infosys’ electricity consumption was met through renewable energy sources. The company also invested in 60 MW of solar PV capacity.
  • Over 700,000 students from India’s engineering colleges advance their digital skills on InfyTQ – Infosys’ next-gen learning platform, as part of the company’s social commitment to reskilling and facilitating job creation.
  • Infosys ranked number three on the 2019 Forbes ‘World’s Best Regarded Companies’ list based on its trustworthiness, honesty, social conduct, fairness to employees and performance of its products and services.
  • Infosys Foundation and Infosys Foundation USA spend over $55 million each year on impactful projects focused on education, healthcare, rural development, destitute care and art & culture.

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