Infosys – A Multinational Technology Company

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Infosys Private Limited is an Indian Multinational technology company. Infosys was created by 7 engineers in Pune, India with an inceptive capital of $250 in 1981.

Full abbreviation of Infosys – Information System

Logo?

Infosys Logo

Founder?

Headquarters?

The corporate is headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka, India.

CEO?

Salil Parekh is the present chief executive officer (CEO) and managing director (MD) of Infosys.

CEO Compensation?

Salil Parekh draws Rs. 34.27 crore (Rs. 16.85 crore in salary, Rs 17.04 crore in stock options) pay package in FYear20.

Fortune India 100 company?

Infosys is a Fortune India 100 company, and was ranked 18th in 2020.

Revenue?

Revenue: ₹93,594 crore (US$13 billion)

Operating Income: ₹22,007 crore (US$3.1 billion)

Net Income: ₹16,649 crore (US$2.3 billion)

Total Assets: ₹92,768 crore (US$13 billion)

Total Equity: ₹65,450 crore (US$9.2 billion)

Share Value?

Number Of Employees?

Infosys had a total of 2,42,371 employees at the end of March 2020, out of which 37.8% were women. 

Out of its total employees, 229,658 are software professionals and remaining 12,713 work for support and sales.

Areas Of Business?

1. Finacle  – A universal Banking solution

2. NIA – Next generation integrated AI platform

3. Infosys Consulting

4. Panaya Cloud Suite

5. Skava

6. Digital Marketing

7. Engineering Services

Competitors?

Top competitors are companies like TCS, Wipro, HCL, Accenture, Mphasis, Tech Mahindra, CTSLTI, Capgemini and IBM.

Average Salaries In India?

Software Engineer – ₹ 4,00,000/yr

Systems Engineer – ₹ 4,49,453/yr

Senior Software Engineer – 4,78,542/yr

Technical Lead – 11,63,707/yr

Project Manager – 16,55,760/yr

Senior Project Manager – 21,63,530/yr

Senior Director – 50,67,283/yr

Vice President – 1,03,56,897/yr

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