Infosys Conferred Provider of the Year Award by FAO Today
Atlanta, November 16, 2007 - Infosys BPO, the business process outsourcing subsidiary of Infosys Technologies, has been awarded the Provider of the Year award by FAO Today Magazine, a thought leadership publication covering the US$ 39 billion finance and administrative outsourcing industry. A total of six awards, recognizing the outstanding accomplishments of four executives and two organizations were announced at the FAO Today ONE Conference for Finance and Procurement Globalization on November 15, 2007 at the Marriott Evergreen Conference Resort in Stone Mountain, Georgia. An independent selection committee comprised of industry participants carefully reviewed dozens of companies and hundreds of executives in both captive and outsourced environments to recognize the best and the brightest.
According to Elliot Clark, CEO, FAO Today Magazine, “Our selection committee was unanimous in its selection of Infosys BPO as the Provider of the Year. The meteoric growth of Infosys BPO is due to its innovative go to market strategy, its aggressive deal structures and the phenomenal service. Infosys BPO has now become one of the top global BPO firms and their selection for this award over some of the more established players demonstrates their status as a new industry leader.”
“Infosys is delighted to receive this award. We have a robust F&A practice and the ability to deliver F&A services seamlessly from multiple global locations. This, coupled with process excellence and our transformational approach, reinforces our leadership position in the fast growing FAO segment. This recognition validates our strategy and the significant investments we have made in our F&A practice to add measurable business value to our clients,” says Amitabh Chaudhry, CEO & MD, Infosys BPO Limited.
This award is especially significant after Infosys BPO won the landmark USD 250 Million Philips deal in July 2007, which further enhanced its capabilities and positioned it as one of the global leaders in the FAO segment.