Telecom Lead India: Infosys on Friday said it won 18 new Enterprise Mobility deals in the last quarter.
For Infosys, which reported 21.7 percent increase in Q2 revenues, Enterprise Mobility continues to be a priority. Till date, the business unit has executed more than 250 projects, 300 application rollouts, and serviced more than 70 clients.
Infosys’ recent Enterprise Mobility deals include several major deals. Infosys won a deal to define the enterprise and consumer mobility strategy for an American food major, helping the company make the right investments to achieve its business goals and return on investment.
Infosys has tied up with a large American bank for redesigning the architecture of mobile banking solution. The new architecture will reduce efforts in adding new services, and supporting new platforms.
The software is creating a mobile-based field service solution for the technicians of an Asian storage and computing systems vendor. The solution improves technician collaboration, order-taking for spares and accessories, and overall time to resolve complaints.
Moreover, a European consumer packaged goods major selected us to develop a mobile-based sales and order management system to improve efficiency in its sales processes and effectiveness of its local marketing campaigns.
A Nordic retailer selected Infosys to rollout a mobile channel for shopping that will provide its customers a seamless and convenient cross-channel shopping experience.
Infosys has also partnered with a software vendor for development, testing, sustaining engineering and support for network monitoring, digital forensics and network security management solutions that protect its worldwide information ecosystem.
“We have increased employee wages, used some of our cash in a transformational acquisition of a consulting business and enhanced our investment in R&D and solutions. These initiatives will position us well in the industry and provide a strong platform for future growth,” said SD Shibulal, CEO and managing director of Infosys, announcing its quarterly result.
An Indian telecommunications conglomerate chose Infosys to define its video, enhanced communications, device, identity and implementation strategies for infrastructure and services in support of its new 4G service.
Infosys is seeing good momentum in the market for Cloud business and have executed more than 170 engagements. In the last quarter, Infosys won more than 20 engagements across Cloud services, Big Data and Security.
“Infosys continues its relatively weak and underperforming trend and year-end outlook, with the view that the market continues to be weak. It will be interesting to see what the other providers’ results are in the coming few days, but it is likely that the trend of performance gaps widening between various Indian service providers will continue this quarter as well and could be a trend for quite a few quarters to come,” said Partha Iyengar, head of Research – Gartner, India.