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Infinite Untouched by Hurdles
SI Team
Monday, November 1, 2010
The financial recession had a devastating effect on majority of the firms in the IT industry. While most of the large corporations hardly grew by 10 percent, the mid tier companies were on a decline. But Infinite Computer Solutions was an anomaly in this pattern with the company registering a growth of 35-40 percent. The company has witnessed growth, from $85 million revenue in 2008 to $140.9 million in 2010, out of which 90 percent of the revenue share was from top 10 customers which are Fortune 100 companies. According to Upinder Zutshi, MD and CEO of Infinite, the reason for this is “A healthy mix of Fortune 100 and mid level organizations as customers coupled with IP based solutions in niche services areas across select focus verticals.” Zutshi believes this is the factor that sets the company apart from other players in the industry.

Ranked this year as the 5th Best Employer in DQ-IDC Survey, Infinite, a global service provider of Infrastructure Management Services, Intellectual Property (IP) Leveraged Solutions and Application Management Services, was founded by Sanjay Govil in 1999. With offices across the globe Infinite’s main focus is in Telecom, Media, Manufacturing, Energy & Utilities and Healthcare industries.

The company has over years successfully transitioned its business model to incorporate a strong platform for incremental growth via scalability with its marquee long-term clients and strategic partnerships, to ensure sustained revenue growth via multiple revenue streams. Infinite today engages with customers using high-margin, innovative risk reward, revenue sharing models, thereby enabling closer business alignment between customer’s business and its own.

While AMS continues to be its core, currently IMS & IP leveraged solutions are the focus areas. Company’s IMS & IP leveraged solutions business has gained momentum, with combined contribution of the two service lines at 40 percent of the overall revenue.

With the world-wide industry surviving recession and the outlook for growth of the Indian IT industry looking strong, Infinite is all set to outgrow the industry average.
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