Anup Upadhyaya, who was heading Infosys BPO, has been appointed parent firm's Executive Vice President and Head of Strategic Sales Programme.
Kartik Jayaraman, global sales head of Infosys BPO has resigned and is likely to join Accenture, reports CNBC-TV18's Kritika Saxena, quoting sources.
In a move that will bring respite to its employees, IT major Infosys today said it will increase salaries for its staff in India by about six percent.
Infosys BPO arm McCamish has acquired US-based Marsh BPO, reports CNBC-TV18. Infosys touched an intraday high of Rs 2,497 and an intraday low of Rs 2,480. At 09:20 hrs the share was quoting at Rs 2,493.00, down Rs 18.00, or 0.72%.
Infosys BPO today said it will hire about 8,000 people in the remaining part of this financial year and about 20% of them will be in middle and senior level professionals.
CNBC-TV18‘s Sunanda Jayaseelan reports on BPOs‘ strategy to hold steady and grow in uncertain times.
India's IT majors may be sounding cautious about the future given the macro economic uncertainty and currency fluctuations, but their BPO arms aren't as worried.
Infosys BPO, the business process outsourcing subsidiary of software services provider Infosys is acquiring Sydney, Australia-based Portland Group for AUD 37 million. Portland provides strategic sourcing and category management services.
The global slowdown, coupled with the falling rupee, has the IT industry worried about the next two quarters.
New strategy aimed at accessing a whole new talent pool and creating greater flexibility in the delivery model
Infosys BPO today said it is scouting for acquisitions across the globe as it eyes to reach the USD 1 billion revenue target over the next few years.
The back-office unit of Infosys expects revenue growth of 15 to 20% in the current fiscal year to end-March 2012, the head of its outsourcing arm said on Tuesday.
On the first quarter results of Infosys Technologies, the CEO of Infosys BPO, Swaminathan D, tells CNBC-TV18 that the company has grown by 16% and that eight new clients have been added.
Over the last ten years, the Indian BPO industry has grown to achieve a scale of more than USD 12 billion in revenues. Presently, worth nearly USD 150 billion, the industry employs over 400,000 people. The BPO industry of India is expected to undergo many minute changes.