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Infosys’ Narrow Moat Is Stable Even Amid Macroeconomic Uncertainty

Julie Bhusal Sharma Equity Analyst

Business Strategy and Outlook

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Infosys is a leading global IT services provider, with the typical menu of offerings from software implementation to digital transformation consulting to servicing entire business operations teams. We think Infosys merits a narrow economic moat, similar to many of its peers, as we believe the company benefits from switching costs and intangible assets, although we also see Infosys benefiting from a cost advantage. While the company is experiencing industrywide labor shortages, we think that its stable moat trend will stay secure, and forays into the higher value realm of industrials engineering will help ensure Infosys does not miss out on substantial growth trends within the IT services industry at large.

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Business Description

Infosys is a leading global IT services provider, with nearly 250,000 employees. Based in Bangalore, the Indian IT services firm leverages its offshore outsourcing model to derive 60% of its revenue from North America. The company offers traditional IT services offerings: consulting, managed services and cloud infrastructure services, and business process outsourcing as a service (BPaaS).

Hosur Road, Electronics City
Bengaluru, KA, 560 100, IND
Industry Information Technology Services
Employees 335,186

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FAQs for Infosys Ltd ADR Stock

Yes. INFY has a forward dividend yield of 2.08%. See INFY’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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INFY’s market cap is 81.33 Bil.
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INFY’s stock style is Large Core.
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INFY’s price/sales is 4.67.
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INFY’s price/forward earnings is 23.47.
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INFY’s price/book is 8.27.
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INFY’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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