With Salil Parekh set to take charge of Infosys from January next year, the software major is betting big on cloud computing and cybersecurity to reignite growth. India’s second-largest software exporter, since its initial days, thrived on getting technology projects for Fortune clients, which involved writing or maintaining software codes for these companies.
“What the industry needs is to look beyond managing business processes at lower costs to understanding where it can act as a business partner,” according to Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & CEO, Greyhound Research.
Indian companies cannot be completely blamed for their inability to get their clients to adopt cloud computing services as the large ones have been struggling to find that magic outsourcing pill.
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