Infosys among Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises Award winners


Tvm: Infosys Technologies has been recognised as a winner of the prestigious Global, Asian and Indian Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE) Awards for 2010, by Teleos in association with The KNOW Network. The 2010 MAKE Panels across the Global, Asian and Indian categories have recognised Infosys as a leader in creating a corporate knowledge-driven culture and a learning organization, and transforming enterprise knowledge into shareholder or stakeholder value.

This is the seventh year that Infosys has been ranked among the Global MAKE winners, eighth time that it has bagged the Asian MAKE Award and sixth time that it has won the Indian MAKE Award. Knowledge Management programme at Infosys has played a central role in developing and sustaining a strong culture of knowledge exchange that addresses excellence in execution and client delight.
Acknowledging the award, Srikantan Moorthy, Senior VP & Group Head – Education & Research, Infosys Technologies said, “We are delighted to be recognized again as a Global, Asian and Indian MAKE winner this year. 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 its objective of offering best in class services and solutions to its clients across the world. We therefore consider these awards to be recognition of our commitment towards this objective.”
A Latha, Associate VP – Knowledge Management Group, Infosys Technologies said, “Infosys is constantly working towards surpassing the expectations of clients as we support them in achieving their business objectives. 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 creating value for their clients. In the years to come, our primary focus will be on further developing and sustaining the culture of Knowledge Management at Infosys to enable it to meet the challenge posed by changing technologies, markets and employee aspirations.”

Teleos, an independent knowledge management and intellectual capital research company, administers the Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE) programme. Infosys has over 1,22,000 employees in over 50 offices worldwide including two in Trivandrum, Kerala.

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