Ashneer Grover said, "You need competence in life; any smart founder/employer always hires for competence, not degree."
The next year is likely to be tough for many SaaS firms. However, segments such as generative AI, PaaS offerings, and Low Code/No Code platforms, cloud security-based software may gather more steam in 2023.
The Infosys journey began on a wing, a prayer and a sum of $250 in 1981. Today, it has a market cap of $83-$84 billion, revenue of above $16 billion and an employee base of over 3.35 lakh. It is also one of India's most respected companies. To mark 40 years of this journey, we have a very special and one-of-its-kind interview with the iconic founder of Infosys NR Narayana Murthy and his wife Sudha Murty, who not only bootstrapped Infosys with $250 but is also a hugely successful author and a dedicated philanthropist. Over the course of the interview with Chandra R Srikanth, they speak about their journey, the struggles, their children and their life goals. Don't miss it!
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Gangwal is away in the US where he is based and is not attending the AGM
Infosys chief underplays dispute with Narayana Murthy at an investor conference.
Amid the ongoing conflict between Infosys' Board and its founders, its CEO Vishal Sikka is scheduled to meet institutional investors tomorrow at an event in Mumbai.
As the rift between founders and its Board widens at Infosys, its former CFO V Balakrishnan today said an interim chairman should be appointed at the earliest to "effectively" engage with its billionaire co-founders.
This time it is Infosys that is caught up in the net of the 'bitter boardroom battle' as the rift between the founders and the board is out in the open. But, Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Independent Director at Infosys says, â€œthese are not governance issues, these are differences in values and perceptions.â€
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Infosys shares fell about 4 percent at open, before recovering some lost ground to trade 3.4 percent lower, after a block-deal sale of 32.6 million shares reportedly belonging to founders of the firm went through this morning.
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