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Infosys Q1 results LIVE: PAT at Rs 36.12 bn, maintains revenue guidance

Revenue is reported at Rs 192.18 bn vs Rs 180.83 bn (QoQ). The company has maintained FY19 constant currency growth maintained AT 6-8%

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Infosys' bonus history Year Ratio Book Value (Unit Curr) EPS (Unit Curr) 2015 1:01 418.69 105.96 2014 1:01 735.87 178.22 2006 1:01 249.89 87.72 2004 3:01 488.21 186.60 1999 1:01 173.70 40.19 1997 1:01 155.43 50.94 1994 1:01 81.26 24.15 Source: ACE Equity Infosys Q1 Salil Parekh: With our Agile Digital business growing sequentially at 8% in constant currency and increase in our large deal wins to over $1 billion, we see good traction in the market.   Infosys Q1 Infy management: Deal pipeline very healthy. have a large number of deals in the pipeline Infosys Q1 Infy management: Don't think we need to make any adjustments on guidance Infosys management on Panaya Took $39 million write down on Panaya value Infosys Q1 Infy management: Should be able to bring down attrition to manageable levels in the next 2-3 quarters

Information technology (IT) major announced its for the first quarter of financial year 2019 after market hours on Friday.

Profit after tax (PAT) was reported at Rs 36.12 billion vs Rs 36.90 billion QoQ.  Revenue at Rs 192.18 bn vs Rs 180.83 bn (QoQ). The company has maintained FY19 constant currency growth maintained AT 6-8%

The Q1 earnings are being seen as an acid test for the company's new management. 

Analysts, reportedly, are keenly watching the performance of Infosys' key business verticals -- including banking, financial services & insurance (BFSI) and retail -- and its digital business. 

The outlook for verticals like BFSI and retail, commentary around margins in lieu of the new investments, deal wins, the performance of the digital segment, and operational performance with increase in onsite investments are key monitorables to look out for, analysts said.  

 

First Published: Fri, July 13 2018. 15:03 IST
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Infosys Q1 results LIVE: PAT at Rs 36.12 bn, maintains revenue guidance

Revenue is reported at Rs 192.18 bn vs Rs 180.83 bn (QoQ). The company has maintained FY19 constant currency growth maintained AT 6-8%

Revenue is reported at Rs 192.18 bn vs Rs 180.83 bn (QoQ). The company has maintained FY19 constant currency growth maintained AT 6-8%
Information technology (IT) major announced its for the first quarter of financial year 2019 after market hours on Friday.

Profit after tax (PAT) was reported at Rs 36.12 billion vs Rs 36.90 billion QoQ.  Revenue at Rs 192.18 bn vs Rs 180.83 bn (QoQ). The company has maintained FY19 constant currency growth maintained AT 6-8%

The Q1 earnings are being seen as an acid test for the company's new management. 

Analysts, reportedly, are keenly watching the performance of Infosys' key business verticals -- including banking, financial services & insurance (BFSI) and retail -- and its digital business. 

The outlook for verticals like BFSI and retail, commentary around margins in lieu of the new investments, deal wins, the performance of the digital segment, and operational performance with increase in onsite investments are key monitorables to look out for, analysts said.  

 
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Infosys Q1 results LIVE: PAT at Rs 36.12 bn, maintains revenue guidance

Revenue is reported at Rs 192.18 bn vs Rs 180.83 bn (QoQ). The company has maintained FY19 constant currency growth maintained AT 6-8%

Information technology (IT) major announced its for the first quarter of financial year 2019 after market hours on Friday.

Profit after tax (PAT) was reported at Rs 36.12 billion vs Rs 36.90 billion QoQ.  Revenue at Rs 192.18 bn vs Rs 180.83 bn (QoQ). The company has maintained FY19 constant currency growth maintained AT 6-8%

The Q1 earnings are being seen as an acid test for the company's new management. 

Analysts, reportedly, are keenly watching the performance of Infosys' key business verticals -- including banking, financial services & insurance (BFSI) and retail -- and its digital business. 

The outlook for verticals like BFSI and retail, commentary around margins in lieu of the new investments, deal wins, the performance of the digital segment, and operational performance with increase in onsite investments are key monitorables to look out for, analysts said.  

 

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