• Infosys Foundation Supports Students from Economically Weaker Section at IISER-Pune through Scholarships

    Infosys Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Infosys, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune, a leading Science Institute in the country, to provide opportunities for economically weaker students to pursue high quality science education and research through scholarships, fellowships and travel awards.

  • Panaya Adds Over 200 New Clients Within a Year

    Panaya, an Infosys company, announces the addition of over 200 new clients since being acquired by Infosys in March 2015, bringing the total number of clients that use Panaya to 1600.

  • ATP and Infosys Launch new ATP Stats LEADERBOARDS Offering new Insights to Fans

    ATP and Infosys have launched a new statistical way to measure the best performing ATP World Tour players across three key categories – Serving, Returning and Under Pressure. These new stats and ratings are now live on www.ATPWorldTour.com.

  • Infosys Foundation provides corpus support to the Bangalore Life Science Cluster to promote global connectivity in scientific research

    Science is an endeavor that cannot be undertaken in isolation; and the best exchange of ideas, knowledge and expertise among the scientific community often occurs during international conferences or visits to other research groups’ laboratories. The philanthropic arm of India’s IT giant Infosys, the Infosys Foundation, is now extending much-needed support in encouraging international travel and collaboration amongst researchers.

  • Infosys Foundation Invests in Cancer Research through Fellowships at Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai

    Infosys Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Infosys, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Tata Memorial Centre (TMC) with the objective of developing a team of clinician-scientists proficient in translational laboratory research who will be able to bring their cross-disciplinary capabilities to bear on topical questions of cancer research in India.

  • Infosys Launches its Biomass Cook Stove Project in Koppal District

    Infosys launched its biomass cook stove project in Yelburga Taluk of Koppal district in Karnataka as part of its carbon-offset projects that have strong benefits for society. Under the program, Infosys will distribute 43,000 high efficiency cook stoves to 21,500 families over the next nine months.

  • Infosys Consulting Amplifies Presence in Germany

    With a new management team, additional partners and simplified access to global Infosys product and solution resources, Infosys Consulting strengthens its presence in Germany.

  • What makes an “enlightened organization”?

    "Enlightened organizations", ones that delivers the best products and services, based on what is available and relevant, driven by education and learning, is the need of the hour, says Dr. Vishal Sikka.

  • TEDx Anchor Program in India

    The TEDx Anchor Program is a dynamic cultural ideas exchange, designed to celebrate TEDx events around the world. Through a strategic partnership with Infosys, a global leader in consulting, technology, outsourcing and next-generation services, The TEDx Anchor Program will kick off with a two-year, 14-city pilot in India.

  • Being successful in the As-a-Service Economy

    Today’s challenge is not only identifying what the future of operations should look like, it is developing and adhering to a new and collaborative way to re-imagine processes in order to explore what’s possible and execute it.

  • Infosys wins 2016 Consumer Goods Technology Readers' Choice Awards

    Infosys has been awarded the 2016 Consumer Goods Technology (CGT) Readers’ Choice Awards in the Outsourcing and Consulting service categories. The CGT magazine is a leading authority on information technology for the consumer packaged goods industry, and the awards recognize technology solutions and services providers across 15 different categories. From ERP to Digital Commerce and everything in between, the survey covers the vast landscape of investment opportunities available for growth-hungry consumer goods organizations.

  • Infosys: No. 2 in BusinessWorld's list of 'Most Respected Companies'

    Infosys is ranked second in the overall list of 'Most Respected Companies' behind Google India, and ahead of Tata Consultancy Services. Infosys was perceived to be No. 2 in terms of quality and depth of top management, people practices and talent management in overall rankings among 55 companies.


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