Infosys rejigs organisational structure

Our Bureau Bengaluru | Updated on January 24, 2018 Published on February 06, 2015


Infosys, on Thursday night, announced that it will realign its organisational structure to enhance the company’s agility in the market and sharpen its competitive differentiation across service lines. The realignment is effective April 1, 2015.

The company said in a statement that the structure will help deliver services that will reflect the way technology is consumed in layers by the enterprise. As a part of this realignment, the company will be organised into sales, delivery and business-enabling functions.

Sales will continue to be organised around five global industry segments – Financial Services, Manufacturing, Energy/Utilities/Communications & Services, Life Sciences/Healthcare & Insurance, Retail/CPG & Logistics.

Delivery will be organised around service lines with a clear focus on nurturing innovation to drive service line differentiation across industry segments.

The delivery organisation will be structured around seven service lines namely Digital Integration Services, Application Development & Maintenance, Engineering Services, Cloud & Infrastructure Services, Independent Validation & Testing, Enterprise Package Application Services, and Management Consulting Services.

Published on February 06, 2015

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