Infinite Computer Solutions has come up with a public issue of equity shares to mop up around Rs 190 crore at the upper end of the price band of Rs 155-Rs 165 a share.
Infinite Computer Solutions (ICSL), a Delhi-based company, is probably the first software company that will be hitting the IPO market in 2010. The company is tapping the capital market with a public offering of 1.15 crore equity shares of face value of Rs 10 each
The last three years, had been testing times for the IT industry across the world. While large corporations hardly grew by 10 percent, the mid tier companies were on a decline. However, there is one among the few companies that managed to change the script – Infinite Computer Solutions, posted a gro...
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Infinite Computer Solutions wants to leverage an entrepreneurial mindset and intellectual property to delivery greater value to clients.
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