Infosys bags the 2010 Force of Ideas Award


Tvm: Infosys Technologies today announced that it has been awarded the 2010 Force of Ideas Award at the Corporate Strategy and Finance Board Summit hosted by the Corporate Executive Board, USA in Washington D.C. Infosys has been awarded this honour under the category of ‘Strategic Engagement’ for its unique strategic planning methods engaging all stakeholders. This award recognises management practices that redefine the way companies do business, creating sustainable value for organizations.

On receiving the award, Sanjay Purohit, VP & Head – Corporate Planning & Business Assurance, Infosys said, “It is an honour to be selected and recognised as a leader in corporate strategy amongst other leading organizations. At Infosys, our efforts are always directed towards enabling business innovation. Our employees are key stakeholders, and we believe it is important to involve them in the strategic planning process to effectively manage corporate performance.”
Infosys has been recognised for creating a culture of ongoing strategic information exchange by involving employees in the strategy development process, which has led to them understanding and contributing to the company’s strategic vision.
Scott Bohannon, GM, Corporate Executive Board said, “During uncertain economic times it takes courage to innovate and drive change. Our Force of Ideas winners had the wherewithal to make changes that led to improved corporate performance and set new standards not only for their companies, but for their entire industries. CEB Force of Ideas winners are defining best practices in business management.” The Corporate Executive Board Company drives faster, more effective decision making among the world’s leading executives and business professionals.

Infosys has also announced that it was named as a leader in applications outsourcing (AO) among North American Applications Outsourcing providers in the Forrester Research, Inc. report entitled, ‘The Forrester Wave™: North American Applications Outsourcing, Q3 2010.’ As per the report, Infosys scored the highest of the India-centric providers.

As of June 30, 2010, the Infosys group had approximately 114,800 employees in over 50 offices worldwide including two centres in Kerala, one in the Technopark campus in Trivandrum and one in its own Campus near Technopark.

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