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  1. 1. Infosys - An Overview  End-to-end IT solutions provider  One of the most profitable software services providers in the world  Publicly traded in India since 1993  Second most valuable company in India  Listed on NASDAQ since March 1999  Present market cap at ₹ 263,735 crores ($42.51 billion) (as of June 27, 2016) [based on BSE prices]
  2. 2. The Infosys Journey… 2005 Infosys crosses USD 1.6B (05-06 projection $2.1B) in revenue and has over 49000 employees, with 454 clients The Infosys Journey…
  3. 3. Infosys Work Culture Open-door culture Hard work, lots of passion A piece of heaven in Bangalore
  4. 4. Investment Highlights Large, Expanding Addressable Market Highly-evolved Global Delivery Model Rapid Differentiation Scalable Execution Exceptional Financial performance
  5. 5. Infosys today is a global leader in the “next generation” of IT and Consulting • Forbes: “Infosys is a role model for companies everywhere in financial transparency.” • “Dream company to work for” in India and amongst the “100 best places to work for in IT” in the US • BusinessWeek: Amongst the top 3 IT Services companies in the world • Wired rated Infosys among its top 40 companies that have reshaped the global
  6. 6. Offshore Outsourcing is a Global Mega Trend Non-GDM GDM Onsite Firms GDM+ Consulting GDM+ (~1980s) (~1990s) (present) ADM Consulting Offshore Addressable Market is Increasing Infosys Market Positioning
  7. 7. 89% 81% 58% 38% 35% 29% 81% 60% 55% 52% 42% 34% 18% 60% 46% 42% 40% 38% 22% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Reduce operating costs Reduce capital investment Turn fixed costs into variable costs Meet downsizing requirements Reduce development costs Obtain intelligence of competitiveness Focus on core business Gain access to technology not in company Gain access to needed skills Provide alternative to building capability Create additional capacity Provide backup capabilities Align with policy/philosophy/culture Increase flexibility and responsiveness Increase speed to market Improve quality Reduce customer response time Grow revenue Gain access to markets COSTCOMPETENCYFOCUSREVENUE Percent of Respondents There are 3 strong business drivers for this rapid growth in Outsourcing – (1) Reduce Costs, (2) Build Competencies and (3) Increase Revenue Key Cost- Related Drivers Key Competency- Related Drivers Key Revenue- Related Drivers
  8. 8. Infosys Consulting Inc Infosys Australia Ltd. Subsidiaries Infosys Technologies (Shanghai) Company Ltd (ITSCo) Progeon ( BPO) Enterprise Solutions Express, Transportation, Media and Entertainment Product Engineering and Embedded services Systems Integration Enterprise Solutions Independent Validation Services Infrastructu re Managemen t Services Business Process Outsorcing This is how Infosys organized… Client focused integrated business units ably supported by ECU’s, BEF’s and competency centers.
  9. 9. Infosys’ Global Delivery Model Management Consulting Business Process Management IT Outsourcing Systems Integration Technology Consulting Technology-enabled BPR Enterprise Solutions Application Development and Maintenance Software Engineering People|Organization|Infrastructure|Process|Quality Infosys Global Delivery Model 1981 ____________ 1996 ______________ 2001 ________________ 2005 ________
  10. 10. Uniquely Positioned in Global IT Services and Consulting IN PROCESS  Consulting + Solution mindset  Build stronger brand  Strengthen Board-level relationships  Design Thinking  Agile NEED TO:  Replace resources  Overcome “offshore-is-cost-center” mindset  Combat revenue cannibalization  Provide seamless sales and delivery  Reduce SG&A
  11. 11. How Design Thinking and agile Help To Grow In IT market.
  12. 12. Infosys’ rich client base enables it to leverage the best practices followed in other accounts. Sample client base Infosys has 39 Fortune 100 clients and 98 Fortune 500 clients (as of 31st Dec 2005)
  13. 13. Infosys has strategic alliances with key players in all the segments to provide best services at optimal cost.. Key Alliances of Infosys:
  14. 14. Challenging external IT environment  Reports on slow-down in IT spending by US companies  Earnings warnings from some of our major customers  Concerns on dot-com and venture-funded businesses  Earnings warnings from some of the software companies in US  Possible softness in labor markets in the US  Internet consulting companies facing pressure on visibility and billing rates  There may be supply-demand gap in India resulting in escalation of labor cost  Falling markets and stock options becoming unattractive resulting in escalation of compensation costs
  15. 15. End-to-end service provider Offer new services to existing clients Develop new clients Use tools and methodologies Expand and diversify base of IT professionals Increase employee productivity by promoting reuse Moving-up the Value Chain – A Multi- pronged Approach Our intention is to increase per capita revenues by a minimum of 3-5% per annum to maintain margins
  16. 16. ® Predictability Sustainability Profitability De-risking Maintenance Higher value services Increase revenue productivity Offshore model - Global Delivery Upsell to existing customers Iterative Model of Development Translating clients to partners Offshore Software Development Centers Quality People Transparency Exposure limits for client concentration Exposure limit for dotcom businesses Exposure limit for opportunity businesses (like Y2K) Geographical diversification Long-term relationship Growth PSPD Model
  17. 17. © 2002 Infosys Technologies Limited Crisis of confidence in the market  Corporations re-stating their numbers  Accounting issues in large corporations  Disproportionate executive compensation  Questionable off-balance sheet items  Lack of basic corporate governance Infosys’ long history of principled corporate governance, conservative financial reporting and transparent corporate structures differentiates us in this environment
  18. 18. © 2002 Infosys Technologies Limited Stock option accounting Views so far :  Unlike US companies, Indian corporates do not get tax benefits on employees exercising their options  Stock option accounting is a non-cash charge which does not alter the overall cash value of a company  Black-Scholes model based on historical volatility does not provide fair value of an option  Technology companies like Microsoft are against expensing options We are internally debating this issue
  19. 19. Summary  Increases guidance  Expects revenue to grow 11-13% growth in the dollar in fiscal 2016.  Strong revenue growth during the quarter  Our business model enabled us to respond quickly to enhanced business opportunities in the market place  Continue to see a stable pricing environment  Recently introduced a new approach to outsourcing called ‘Modular Global Sourcing’  Ongoing focus on integration of Infosys’ subsidiaries with the overall strategy and operations of the corporation  Restructuring into integrated Business Units has created multiple engines of growth with strong leadership  Built systems and processes to scale upto the needs of the market place  Continue to have a prudent forex hedging policy  Cash position remains strong

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