Infosys wins 2011 Global Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises award


Tvm: Infosys Limited has been recognised as one of the winners of the Global Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE) Award 2011, by Teleosin association with The KNOW Network. The 2011 MAKE Panel has recognised Infosys as a leader in creating a learning organisation amongst leading institutions worldwide. This is the eighth time that the company has been awarded the Global MAKE award.

The Global MAKE award 2011 panel, consisting of Global Fortune 500 senior executives and internationally recognised intellectual capital experts, has selected Infosys for its ability to create a culture of learning within the organisation.

Acknowledging the award, Srikantan Moorthy, Sr. VP & Group Head – Education & Research, Infosys said, “We are delighted to be recognised as a Global MAKE winner for the eighth time. Businesses today are operating in a dynamic environment where effective knowledge creation and dissemination increasingly defines market leadership. In line with this, Knowledge Management provides a significant thrust for Infosys to achieve our objective of offering best-in-class services and solutions to our clients across the world. Winning the Global MAKE Award; therefore, is a proof of our commitment towards this objective”.

Dr. J K Suresh, VP, Infosys said, “At Infosys, we are constantly working towards surpassing the expectations of clients as we support them in achieving their business goals. Recognitions such as MAKE awards strengthen our resolve to relentlessly sustain and fuel vibrant knowledge sharing by deploying state-of-the-art Knowledge Management solutions and engaging employees in the continuous process of creating value for our clients.”

Infosys was the first Indian company to win the Global MAKE award in 2003 and enter the Global MAKE Hall of Fame in 2005. The company has also recently been awarded the 2011 Asian Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE) Award. Infosys has over 1,42,000 employees in over 50 offices worldwide including two centres in Technopark, Trivandrum.
Kerala IT News


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