Table of Contents
Executive Summary 2
Reasons for the Success of Infosys 3
Michael Porter’s Five Force Analysis of The Industry 4
Industry Life Cycle 5
Role of Infosys in the IT industry 5
PESTLE Analysis of India 6
Works Cited 10
This challenger report analyses a company which is selected from the “2013 BCG Global Challengers” report. The report consisted of a list of 100 fast globalizing companies from emerging economies are driving global growth. The company selected for further analyses is Infosys is a large software company, based in Bangalore, India, specializing in customized software and development solutions. The company provides business consulting, systems integration, and application development to multinational companies using its proprietary “Global Delivery Model,” which divides large projects into components that are then completed in different parts of the world, including India and the US. Infosys clients include U.S. corporations Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance, VISA, and retailers Nordstrom and JC Penney, and Japanese companies like Toshiba.
The meteoric rise of Infosys is a fascinating tale of the successful execution of a business model, the company entered a read ocean market with insignificant stake or power in the market, but because of successful market re-definitions the company was able to be achieve success (Refer Exhibit 2)
This report presents an overview of the company and also an insight into the operations and the best practices of the company. Market analysis of the Indian Information technology sector is briefly presented to give the readers a current competitive landscape. To get further insights and to understand from an industry perspective, Porter’s Five Force analysis is presented with exhibits.
Finally based on the analysis done a list of...