Infinite Computer Solutions

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Infinite Computer Solutions
Public company
Traded as BSE533154
NSEINFINITE
Industry IT Services
IT consulting
Founded 1999
Headquarters Bangalore, India
Key people
Sanjay Govil (Chairman)
Upinder Zutshi (CEO)
Revenue Increase2,108.30 crore (US$310 million)(2016)[1]
Increase1,114.56 crore (US$170 million)(2015)
Increase1,137.91 crore (US$170 million)(2015)
Website www.infinite.com

Infinite Computer Solutions Ltd. is an Indian multinational technology company headquartered in Bangalore, India. It was founded in 1999 by Sanjay Govil. Infinite is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange of India. Infinite has been ranked among the Top 20 IT Services providers by the Indian IT Industry body NASSCOM.[2]

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Infinite provides technology-based business process solutions, next-gen mobility solutions, and product engineering services for Fortune 1000 companies in the Healthcare, Banking & Finance, Telecommunications & Technology and Media & Publishing industries.[3][4]

Infinite Computer Solutions started off its business in 1999 with a focus on telecom technology and eventually moved on to become the experts in Healthcare IT Solutions - for which the company has won several accolades and awards. CTIA Emerging Technology Award recognised the mobile messaging and Personal Messaging Cloud platforms, and repeated recognition as a “Hot Companies and Technologies” award winner – a peer and customer driven award that recognised Infinite's enterprise messaging system.[5]

In 2007, Infinite acquired US-based telecom firm Comnet International.[6] In October 2015, Dimension Data Asia Pacific and the company announced their partnership to resell and host NetSfere.[7]

Infinite has +7,000 employees that work across three continents and 16 locations including Chicago, Albany, Sacramento, Tennessee, Maryland, UK, Germany, Banglore, Chennai, Delhi, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore.

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