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  • 1.  
  • 2. Highlights
    • Background
    • Next generation business Model
    • Market opportunities
    • Comparison study of Infosys
    • Financials
    • Challenges
    • Recommendations & conclusion
  • 3. They changed the way the world looks at India.
  • 4. Background
    • NASDAQ listed global consulting and IT services company
    • Established in 1981
    • Grown from a capital of US$ 250 to become US$ 4 billion company
    • Infosys pioneered the Global
    • Delivery Model (GDM)
    • Industry-wide preferred employer
    • Has won the BEST award from the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD)
  • 5. Next generation business Model of Infosys Expand addressable markets Build relationships and trust Develop competencies and capabilities Geographical Footprint Vertical Footprint Services Footprint Client Relationships Trusted Brand Operational Excellence Expanding The Global Delivery Model Best-in-class People World-class Infrastructure
  • 6.
    • Five subsidiaries:
    • Infosys BPO Limited,
    • Infosys Technologies (Australia) Pty. Limited,
    • Infosys Technologies (China) Company
    • Limited, Infosys Consulting, Inc.
    • Infosys Technologies S. deR. L. de C. V. (FY08)
    • Five step-down subsidiaries: (FY08)
    • Infosys BPO S.R.O.,
    • Pan Financial Shared Services India Private Limited,
    • P-Financial Services Holdings B. V.,
    • Infosys BPO (Poland) Sp. Z.o.o, and Infosys
    • BPO (Thailand) Limited.
    Geographical footprint
  • 7. Geographical footprint
    • Finacle ® 10, the universal banking solution, further expanded its global footprint
    Revenue by Geography North America Europe India Rest of the World
  • 8.
    • Reorganized the business units,
      • Differentiate vis-à-vis our competitors
      • Enhance “One-Infy” experience and broaden customer base
      • Strengthen our current portfolio through scale benefits
    • 6 vertical Industry Business Units (IBUs) : Manufacturing, Banking, Financial Services & Insurance, Telecom, Retail, Energy & Utilities, Transportation & Logistics
    Vertical footprint Revenue by Industry Vertical Insurance, Banking & Financial Services Manufacturing Telecom Retail Others
  • 9. Service footprint
    • Enhance the portfolio of solutions new service offerings have been
    • added, such as
    • Consulting,
    • Business process management,
    • Systems integration
    • Infrastructure management
    • Product engineering services
    • Increased contribution from new services (% to total revenue)
  • 10. Client relationships Large, Growing Client Relationships Increasing Share of Wallet Revenue Contribution by Years of Relationship Execution excellence resulted in high share of repeat business (97% in FY 08)
  • 11. Operational excellence
    • Utilization rate based on standard hours, calculated by dividing
    • direct labor hours for the period by total standard hours for the period.
    • Enhanced focus on tools and reuse to improve productivity
    • 2 patents issued, 199 patent applications pending with USPTO
    • In February 2007, Infosys BPO was certified for eSCM level 4.0
    • In August 2007, Infosys China was appraised at Level 5 of the latest CMMI model, v1.2. It is the first company in China to hold this certification.
    Utilisation Rate * Onsite Mix *
  • 12. Brand value
    • Diamond Award for the best global brand campaign in the category of Sharpening Brand and Competitive Differentiation from the IT Services Marketing Association (ITSMA)
    • Extensive coverage in global tier 1 media
      • Newsweek referred to us as a “Titan of globalization”
      • Time magazine commented on our professionalism with the headline “Meritocracy is the model”
      • BusinessWeek, The Independent, The Guardian, Financial Times, BBC World, CNBC and CNN covered Infosys during the year
      • Featured on leading online business and technology destinations like www.cio.com, www.businessweek.com and www.forbes.com
    • Best Investor Relations Website and Company with Best Corporate Governance Practices in Investor Relations (IR) Global Rankings 2008 in APAC categories
    • The Reputation Institute named Infosys, a globally respected company
    • Moved up to No 14 on Fintech 100, an international listing of the top 100 global application and service providers
    • Named Best Outsourcing Partner in Waters Readers’ Survey
    • Fortune’s Top 10 Companies for Leaders
    • Among several client awards, together with our client BT, awarded the National Outsourcing Association award for Innovative Outsourcing Project for 2007
  • 13. Global Delivery Model - Expansion
  • 14. Human resource management
    • Industry wide preferred employer
    • Global hiring
    • Tapping non-traditional labor pool
    • − Employing non-engineers for infrastructure
    • management, testing and BPO
    • − Proactive assistance provided to India’s
    • educational system to produce engineers with high quality software skills
  • 15. Human resource management Utilization rate
  • 16. Human resource management
    • Employee value and retention
  • 17. Corporate Social Responsibility
    • Empowering society:
    • Creating sustainable frameworks with educational institutes
    • Dedicated team to reach out the underprivileged
    • Board level members contribute in the advisory council of NGOs and civil bodies
    • Employee level, location wise CSR teams address local requirements
    • 5 key CSR themes
    • Education
    • Healthcare
    • Art & culture
    • Rural up-liftment
    • Inclusive growth
  • 18. Market opportunities
  • 19. Market opportunities
  • 20. Comparative study - Infosys
    • Revenue by geography
  • 21. Comparative study - Infosys
    • Client industry / vertical domain
  • 22. Comparative Study – Infosys
    • Type of contract comparison
  • 23. Financial analysis
    • Ratio analysis
  • 24. Financial analysis
  • 25. Financial analysis
  • 26. Financial analysis
  • 27. Financial analysis
    • Economic Value-Added (EVA®)
    • Economic value-added measures the profitability of a company after taking into account the cost of capital.
    • 2007: Rs.2122 crore
    • 2008: Rs.2286 crore
    • Increased by 7.8% as compared to last year
  • 28. Financial Analysis
  • 29. Financial analysis
  • 30. Financial analysis
  • 31. Short-term and long-term challenges
    • Short-term
    • Uncertain economic environment
    • Long-term
    • Resource availability
    • Ability to expand addressable market
    • Wage inflation
    • Stronger rupee
    • Increase in tax rate
  • 32. Recommendations and conclusions
    • Recommendations
    • Reduce its attrition rates and retain their best employees.
    • Adopt the policy of performance benchmarking
    • Infosys should increase its onshore business.
    • Conclusions
    • Highly liquid
    • High quality receivables Superior Return on Invested Capital and Capital Employed than benchmarks
    • Zero debt
    • Dividends upto 30% of annual post-tax profits
  • 33. Presented by: Roll no. Name 8175 Zeenal Jhobalia (Shah) 8017 Ashish Vasandani 8019 Asutosh Mehta 8020 Avinash Gore
  • 34. – N. R. Narayana Murthy, Chairman and Chief Mentor “ Our core corporate assets walk out every evening. It is our duty to make sure that these assets return the next morning, mentally and physically enthusiastic and energetic.”
  • 35. www.infosys.com Thank You