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30+ days ago

Principal Consultant (Oracle Financials)

Infosys San Jose, CA

Qualifications Basic • Bachelor’s degree or foreign equivalent required from an accredited institution. Will also consider three years of… TheLadders.com


8 days ago

Principal Consultant

Infosys Sunnyvale, CA

Infosys- Engineering Services - Principal Consultant - Agile PLM Implementation and Solution Architect Are you looking for a change? Do you want to… Monster


8 days ago

Technology Lead

Infosys Sunnyvale, CA +2 locations

Infosys- DISDPI - Technology Lead - US - Webmethods Are you looking for a change? Do you want to collaborate with some of the best talent in the… Monster


5 days ago

Technology Architect

Infosys Sunnyvale, CA

Infosys- DIS DPI - Technology Architect - US - Webmethods Are you looking for a change? Do you want to collaborate with some of the best talent in… Monster


7 days ago

Lead Consultant

Infosys San Francisco, CA

Infosys- Lifesciences and Services - Lead Consultant - SAP FICO Are you looking for a change? Do you want to collaborate with some of the best talent… Monster


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Dr. Vishal Sikka
243 Ratings
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    It can be rewarding to those who pay their dues and network proactively, but ends up being a miserable dead-end to most

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Marketing Manager  in  Fremont, CA
    Current Employee - Marketing Manager in Fremont, CA

    I have been working at Infosys

    Pros

    Great performance numbers
    IT involvement in many industry verticals
    Impressive list of Global 2000 clients
    Growth opportunities in Marketing

    Cons

    Company brand is struggling in non-Indian markets
    Poor internal communication
    Overall lack of trust in people (draconian policies)
    Internal processes have not scaled with company growth
    People are treated as labor and aren't empowered
    Seniority is the most significant factor in promotions

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Shift focus from internal to external-facing; drop the India-centric ego and be more aware of company's positioning among competitors in the global market. People

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    Disapproves of CEO