Infosys wins “India’s Best Managed Company Award” based on a study conducted by Business Today and A.T. Kearney
Infosys has won "India's Best Managed Company Award" based on a study conducted by Business Today and A.T. Kearney. Infosys was placed ahead of 13 finalists.
The study looked at a company's financial performance (quantitative) as well as the qualitative, non-commercial aspect of management, examining how it innovates, learns and delivers on stakeholder needs. Infosys has excelled in both aspects.
In its cover story of March 27, 2005, Business Today made the following observations about Infosys:
Best Practice: Infosys, which has never missed a target in 48 quarters, has a planning process that is quite clearly the best-in-class.
Key Differentiator: With around 36,000 employees on its rolls, Infosys has addressed the challenge of inducting and orienting a large number of employees into the Infosys way. The benefits: An army of employees that works the same way, gains in process efficiency and productivity, and higher quality.
People focus: Infosys' sharp and intense people focus is a natural corollary of its booming business, with customers identifying this as a quality that often separates it from other competitors in the IT services space.
Knowledge Sharing: Infosys has near perfected the art of knowledge management and believes that it is important to build a knowledge sharing culture within the organization.
Competitive Advantage: Infosys has built an engine that can deliver everything from consulting to contact centre services and scale. Yet, its competitive advantage comes from an unlikely source: its soul.