Dhirendra Tiwari, Head of Research at Antique Stock Broking tells CNBC-TV18 he is unfazed by concerns of Brexit hurting the growth of Indian IT companies such as Infosys which have a presence in the UK.
After Tamil Nadu issued a notification bringing IT sector in Tamil Nadu under the ambit of Industrial Disputes Act, Mindtree Executive Chairman Krishnakumar Natarajan says the sector shouldn't be worried about the development.
UB Pravin Rao, COO, Infosys is confident on achieving FY17 revenue growth guidance of 11.5-13.5 percent for next few years.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Vishal Sikka, CEO & MD of Infosys says, innovation and automation will be crucial factors to achieve the company's 2020 revenue aim of USD 20 billion.
R Chandrashekhar, President, Nasscom, sees IT sector growth at 12.3 percent in constant currency terms.
Speaking to CNBC-TV18, Vineet Nayyar, Vice-Chairman of the company says that Q3 is seeing positive orders traction and business is expected to do well in the second half of the year.
The start-up environment is maturing and the number of start-ups is also rising dramatically, says S Gopalakrishnan, former executive VC of Infosys
In an exclusive conversation with CNBC-TV18's Sudha Murthy, chairperson of the Infosys Foundation spoke about its expansion plans in North-Eastern India and Kashmir and plans of ramping up corporate social responsibility (CSR) spending in the coming days.
In an analyst concall, Pravin Rao, COO, Infosys said the company is making corrections to its pricing strategy to win more deals.
Speaking to CNBC-TV18, Samson David, Senior Vice President and Global Head of Cloud, Infrastructure Services and Security at Infosys talks about how the company is differentiating from its competitors in cloud services.
On cash utilization, Seshasayee says idle cash beyond a point is not good for shareholders, and that the company will have to become active on acquisitions
According to V Balakrishnan, the only way Infosys can truly transform itself and achieve higher growth rates is by disrupting its existing model.
Appearing on CNBC-TV18's special edition from Bengaluru, Chairman of Manipal Global Education TV Mohandas Pai says the world has changed since it has got a very stable IT platform.
Speaking to CNBC-TV18 Kailash Lalpuria, ED, Indo Count Industries says that stable cotton prices will be helpful for the company's exports in US and the other developed nation markets like European Economic Communities (EEC), UK, Melbourne, Australia and Canada.
American companies are benefiting from the Indian outsourcing in the IT sector,Sarabjit Kaur Nangra of Angel Broking told CNBC-TV18.
According to Pai, management transformation is the key to success for the IT companies now.
Cognizant CEO Francisco D'souza wants to bolster consultancy and digital business through acquisitions. He says the company has a healthy acquisitions pipeline.
According to him, US economy has become powerful by attracting foreign companies and Indian IT workers complement US workers and not replace them.
Sudin Apte, CEO and research analyst, Offshore Insights says Infosys acquiring Panaya is a strategic fit and will help Infy to up its automation and delivery engine. It is a mid-sized acquisition, he adds.
Speaking exclusively to CNBC-TV18‘s Menaka Doshi on the sidelines of 45th World Economic Forum in Davos, Sikka says the company needs to look beyond IT budgets and must consider revenues and costs.
Deutsche Bank is also a part of Coal India divestment process and expects a good response for that took.
Vishal Sikka, chief executive officer, Infosys said digital technology is key to India and Australia and both these countries have been excelling at it.
Mohandas Pai, former chief financial officer, Infosys says the company's shareholders must question the new management on how they choose to spend the extra money. The company shouldn‘t let the money stay in its balance sheets as the management is likely to succumb to pressure and make large acquisitions, adds Pai.
CNBC-TV18's Poornima Murali caught up with Kris Gopalakrishnan and Nandan Nilekani and asked them about their journey with the company and their expectations from the new Infosys leadership.
Of Arvind Kejriwal, Narayana Murthy said that he (Kejriwal) has done certain good things. However, he also has to be reasonable to business, Murthy said. At present, Kejriwal is in the news for his public confrontation with power distribution companies over tariff hike.