Making a re-entry in this year's list at No 5 is Infinite Computer Solutions. The company sustained its position in the Best Employers' list due to high score on work culture, HR policies, job contentment, management planning, KRA settings and quarterly review process.
Infinite Computer Solutions (India) Limited (BSE: 533154, NSE: INFINITE), a global provider of IT Services, Infrastructure Management Services (IMS) and Intellectual Property Leveraged Solutions, today announced its results for the second quarter of the Fiscal 2010-11.
Stellar performance by Indian IT companies in DQ-IDC IT BES 2010 is a direct reflection of their ability to understand Indian conditions better, and adapt.
Infinite Computer Solutions (India) Ltd., posted first-quarter consolidated net profit of Rs.24.35 crore, compared with Rs.20.01 crore for the quarter ended June 2009
Sanjay Govil thanks his family for backing him to the hilt 15 yrs ago, when he quit a cushy job with Verizon in the US to start an IT outsourcing business in India with a mere $ 1000. Today the 40-plus chairman of Bangalore-based Infinite Computer Solutions moves around in either his BMW 5 series or...
Infinite Computer Solutions (India) Limited, a provider of IT Services, Infrastructure Management Services (IMS) and Intellectual Property (IP) Leveraged Solutions (hereinafter referred to as ‘Infinite’) along with iYogi, Inc
Infinite Computer Solutions (India), a global provider of IT Services, infrastructure management services (IMS) and intellectual property (IP) leveraged solution along with iYogi, a US based on-demand services company today jointly announced an agreement for iYogi to expand its on demand global tec...
Bangalore-based IT services and Infrastructure Management service provider, Infinite Computer Solutions (India) said that it signed an infrastructure management services deal with iYogi Inc
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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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Infinite is an executive sponsor of Avasant’s Empowering Beyond Summit 2022