Infosys Consulting: Has India's Booming IT Industry Finally Plateaued?

11-Feb-2019

Infosys helped build India's booming tech industry.This large company in Bangalore employs 200,000 people and codes for companies as diverse as Nordstrom and Harley-Davidson. American protectionism is reducing the amount of offshoring that goes on in tech. Trump has made it harder for Indian tech workers to get H-1B work visas, and automation in India threatens to eliminate even more jobs.read more

Infosys Consulting: Infosys to double employees’ salary

28-Nov-2018

Infosys, India’s second-largest IT services company, has been one of the biggest recruiter of IT professionals in the country amid the big tech players such as Tata Consultancy Services, Wipro, HCL Technologies and Tech Mahindra. To what it seems like a good news for Infosys employees, the Bengaluru-headquartered IT behemoth is planning to upskill its employees in an aim to reduce attrition rate and double their salaries.read more

Infosys Consulting: Testing Imperatives for AI Systems

26-Nov-2018

In the past, Artificial Intelligence research was confined primarily to big technology companies and was conceived as a technology concept that could mimic human intelligence. However, with rapid advances in data collection, processing and computation power, AI has become the new electricity for every business.read more

Infosys Consulting: John Hancock selected Infosys, a global leader in consulting, technology and next-generation services.

03-May-2018

John Hancock announced the launch of a four-year project to implement a single, integrated platform to provide its life and annuity customers with a holistic and digital experience as part of its broader ambitions to digitise operations. The company has selected Infosys, a global leader in consulting, technology and next-generation services, to accomplish this.read more

Infosys Consulting: While Indian techies struggled with layoffs, Infosys hired 2,500 Americans in 2017

07-Mar-2018

On March 06, Infosys, India’s second-largest IT services company, said it has hired over 2,500 US workers in the past year. It also announced the launch of an innovation hub in Indianapolis, where it will train, up-skill, and re-skill employees according to its business requirements. In May 2017, the company had said it would hire 10,000 American techies over two years.read more