Infosys: a global leader in IT and consulting

By Sean Galea-Pace
As a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, Infosys is well-renowned in the IT sphere. Founded in 1981, Infosys has experien...

As a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, Infosys is well-renowned in the IT sphere.

Founded in 1981, Infosys has experienced quite the transformation since its establishment almost 40 years ago. Having been recognised with five awards at the DevOps Industry Awards 2019, Supply Chain Digital takes a closer look at the company.

Inside Infosys’ supply chain

The firm helps senior leaders to transform their value chain through the latest process innovations and digital capabilities. With the vision to help companies achieve operational excellence, Infosys’ consulting supply chain experts provide the expertise to help businesses to make measurable impact across the organisation. The company delivers practical, strategy-driven value that optimises and reinvents the entire supply chain ecosystem. Infosys’ customised offerings include:

  • Operations strategy and process design.

  • Sourcing and innovation strategy.

  • Inventory optimisation, logistics, control tower and KPI optimisation.

  • Technology recommendation and solution integration.


Infosys - at a glance

Years of experience: 37+

Last 12 months total revenue (2019): $12.4bn

Countries operated in: 46

Employees: 236,000+

Repeat business: 98.5%


The company became the first IT business from India to be listed on the NASDAQ. Its employee stock options programme created some of India’s first salaried millionaires. Last year in 2018, Infosys completed 25 years of listing on Indian stock exchanges.

The five awards that Infosys won at the DevOps Industry Awards were:

  • The ‘2019 DevOps Team of the Year’ award in partnership with BASF.

  • The ‘2019 Best Overall DevOps Project (Communication Sector)’ award in partnership with BT

  • The ‘2019 Most Innovative Project’ award in partnership with Royal Bank of Scotland.

  • The ‘2019 Best Overall DevOps Project (Finance Sector)’ award

  • The ‘2019 DevOps Industry’ award in partnership with Royal Bank of Scotland. 

“Accelerating digital transformation internally helps businesses remain relevant in the market. DevOps delivers benefits such as early time to market, higher quality and customer delight that are key to a successful transformation programme,” commented Shaji Mathew, Executive Vice President, Infosys. “Infosys has been leveraging DevOps best practices to accelerate enterprise agility for its clients. These recognitions are a reflection of our commitment and continued efforts towards bringing world-class solutions to our global clientele.”


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