Bangalore-based Infinite Computer Solutions has recorded a sequential growth of 22.3 per cent in net profit for the third quarter, despite a 2.8 per cent revenue dip, thanks to its focus on high margin business.
Upinder Zutshi, CEO of Infinite, expects the firms future growth to be driven by remote infrastructure management as well as IP-leveraged solutions
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After receiving fabulous response during the issue's subscription, Infinite Computer Solutions , a global service provider of infrastructure management, intellectual property leveraged solutions and IT services, has seen good buying interest on listing day.
Shares of Infinite Computer Solutions gained momentum after listing at Rs 170, a premium of Rs 5 or 3 percent against its issue price on the National Stock Exchange.
Equity shares of Infinite Computer Solutions got listed on the bourses today.
Mr Sanjay Govil, Non-Executive Chairman, Infinite Computer Solutions (left), strikes the gong during the listing on the BSE. Mr Upinder Zutshi, Managing Director and CEO, is also seen
Shares of Infinite Computer Solutions (India) were trading at Rs. 191.65 at 9:10 IST on the BSE, a premium of 16.20% over the initial public offer price of Rs. 165.
IT firm Infinite Computer Solutions (India) today listed at Rs 178.35 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, a premium of 8 percent over the issue price.
BS Reporter, Mumbai : The stock touched a high of Rs 206 and finally ended at Rs 192 - up 16% from its issue price. Around 16.37 million shares were traded on the BSE on its debut day