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Infosys to offer financial services to US-based Verizon Communications

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Bengaluru: Global software major Infosys Ltd will offer its flagship Finacle product to service US banks’ Verizon cloud platforms.

“We will offer solutions to US banks and financial institutions through the software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, which is serving 547 million customers worldwide,” the city-based bellwether said in a statement on Friday.

The US-based Verizon Communications operates the country’s wireless network with 109 million retail connections nationwide. Its enterprise solutions arm helps clients to improve performance and manage risk using multiple platforms over its secure mobility, cloud computing, and networking.

“Our financial services provide a single real-time view of customers, members, products and transactions. We help banks and credit unions to enhance operational efficiency, speed to market for new offerings and reduce time and cost of compliance,” Infosys vice-president Michal Reh said on the occasion.

Finacle’s SaaS offering will empower financial institutions to deliver a multi-channel experience to customers, without much capital infusion and greater flexibility.

“As providing real-time and compelling customer experience across multiple channels is a difficult task even for financial institutions (FIs), Finacle solutions on Verizon cloud will be able to provide banking services to their customers without major investment,” Reh said.

Flexibility of the service helps financial institutions comply with evolving federal and state statutory requirements.

“FIs will benefit from Finacle’s solution coverage and high-performance platform hosted on our cloud to help improve agility, achieve sustainable, profitable growth and drive their business,” Verizon vice-president Adam Famularo said on the occasion.

(IANS)

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Ravi Venkatesan Quits As Infosys’ Independent Director

An independent director since 2011, Venkatesan also served briefly as co-chairman before successfully transitioning this responsibility when Nandan Nilekani became chairman in August 2017.

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Infosys' independent director Ravi Venkatesan has resigned from the board with immediate effect, the company said on Friday.
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Infosys’ independent director Ravi Venkatesan has resigned from the board with immediate effect, the company said on Friday.

The Bengaluru-based IT major, in a statement, said that Venkatesan plans to pursue an “exciting new opportunity”.

“I joined the board at a time when Infosys was beginning the complex journey of transitioning from founder-led to professional management. This was also a time of tectonic industry shifts. I am pleased that this mission has been accomplished. Infosys is strong, in good hands, and is gaining momentum,” Venkatesan said.

Infosys' independent director Ravi Venkatesan has resigned from the board with immediate effect, the company said on Friday.
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An independent director since 2011, Venkatesan also served briefly as co-chairman before successfully transitioning this responsibility when Nandan Nilekani became chairman in August 2017.

It may be recalled that India’s second largest IT exporter, Infosys, had seen protracted stand-off between its founders led by NR Narayana Murthy and the previous management over issues of corporate governance and compensation to former executives.

The tussle had led to the sudden resignation of the then CEO Vishal Sikka last year.

Salil Parekh joined the Bengaluru-based company as the new CEO in January this year. (IANS)

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