Top Executive Quits Infosys For ‘Out-Of-The World’ Assignment
Sandeep Dadlani, President and CEO for Infosys Americas, resigned, considered a failure for the IT director. Announcing its departure on the professional networking site LinkedIn, M. Dadlani said:
“I decided to pursue my personal interests somewhere else then. A mission out of the world Stay tuned!
“In a statement, Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka said:” Sandeep has played a key role in Infosys’ success during its career and on our transformation path in the last three years. We wish you the best on the trip. ”
Embocate Mr. Dadlani as “temporary hiccup”, national brokerage Edelweiss in a report, said:
“The output is a surprise because M. Dadlani was recently responsible for generating more business in new company software solutions, including AI platform from Nia.
We believe that the induction of several leading leaders in the past will help the company complete with no space problem.
Edelweiss has a buy recommendation on Infosys stock. “We reiterate that Infosys, with broad margins, beat competitors on the earnings growth front. Keep ‘BUY’ with a target price of Rs 1173,” said the broker in the report.
M. Dadlani was also the world leader in manufacturing, retail logistics, CPG (consumer packaged goods) and vertical in Infosys.
According to Mr. Sandeep’s profile on the Infosys site, he was engaged in “a worldwide $ 2.5 billion profit and loss portfolio, helping more than 300 customers around the world adopt technologies Digital “.
Infosys Bangalore said on Friday Karmesh Vaswani’s appointment as a world leader in retail, CPG and Logistics (RCL) and Nitesh Banga as global manufacturing director.
Nitesh Karmesh Vaswani and Banga are career Infoscions who have maintained strategic portfolios throughout the organization for nearly a decade.
In addition, Infosys announced on Friday the appointment of former Wipro executive Inderpreet Sawhney as general counsel of the group.
The appointment is from July 3, 2017, the Infosys said. Replaces Gopi Krishnan Radhakrishnan, who will leave the company later to engage in other activities.