With its four-pillar strategy that pivots around “Digital”, Infosys is refocussing on its client’s needs and has chosen to shift away from products, which was Vishal Sikka’s legacy. In its fourth-quarter results announcement, CEO Salil Parekh revealed the final contours of a four-pillar strategy, which to a lot of industry watchers had resembled predecessor Sikka’s gameplan.
“The focus on (and investment in) being relevant to clients as they make pace on their Digital Transformation journeys,” said Sanchit Vir Gogia, Founder, Greyhound Research.
A merger isn’t just about the technology that comes with it but also the overall fitment in the broader scheme of things like cultural match which is the hardest task amongst all.
“We must give Salil the time to explain and more importantly justify his decision to sell Panaya and not necessarily read it as undoing what Vishal did,” opined Gogia.
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