A company that started so small in a field already led by TCS, has redefined the Indian market! The name is now a world brand name – specially after the publishing of “The World is Flat” of Tom Friedman.
It began in 1981, in a town in western India. Seven young middle-class
friends from the western town of Pune, most of them co-workers at a
small software company, quit their jobs to chase a dream: to build a
global software company in a country with few computer-users and a
socialist-style economy that rarely rewarded entrepreneurship. And the
risk has paid off.
Twenty-five years on, repeated surveys say Infosys Technologies Ltd., now headquartered in the high-tech city of Bangalore, is India’s most admired company, and the outsourcing giant is the country’s best-known brand in the global market.
Starting Sunday, the company that writes software for such firms as Goldman Sachs and J.C. Penny celebrates its 25th anniversary in the southern Indian city of Mysore, at its new engineering training center.
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