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what is wrong with infosys now a days?

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A company which has defined the Indian IT space last 15 years back. Now the company is losing the attract if we analyse this in last 4 quarter result this is clearly visible.
Now question is how much it can be related with new management I.e. Sibulal/kris/Kamath.

posted Apr 15, 2013 by Salil Agrawal

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Infosys, which was the name of Indian IT space was known for the corporate leadership and become famous by exceeding the expectation of the Market consistently after IPO. Now after the retirement of the Naranyanmurthi and Nilekeni, new management does not seems to be competent enough to take the company at the next level.
Being the founder one can not have the birth right to be the CXO, Infosys should get over from the current management and get a complete new team which is competent enough to take the company to the new level.
Another important thing is the company cash position, which is $5B + either company should return the money in the form of dividend to the investor (let investor decides what he/she wants to do with that money) or reinvest it for expansion.

answer Apr 18, 2013 by Nora Jones
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