Reference ChecksBy Joshua Weinberger | Posted 2003-06-01 Email Print
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A co-founder of the firm, he was chief executive until March 2002.
Dan Bentzinger, CIO
Project: In 2002, Infosys was chosen to develop a Web-native transportation-management system for this division of Yellow Corp.
Kansas City Southern
Project: In 2000, the railway had a peak of 110 Infosys developers, at times working a 24x5 cycle.
Manager of Global Resourcing
Project: Infosys is one of four firms the text-and-data company is using for offshore software development.
VP, Technology Services & CIO
Project: Infosys handled a two-year project to rewrite a compensation system for crews.
VP, Organizational Development
Project: The aluminum manufacturer had Infosys develop and configure software to handle financials and procurement.
Director, E-commerce & Supply-Chain Systems
Project: The manufacturer of plastics, fibers, and polymers has relied on Infosys for several years, tasking as many as 35 offshore developers for e-commerce and intranet application development.
Project: The housing-finance company uses Infosys for development of its loan-origination system, and for some call-center operations.
Executives listed here are all customers of Infosys Technologies. Their willingness to talk has been confirmed by Baseline.
|INFOSYS OPERATING RESULTS*|
|Earnings per share||$2.93||$2.49||$1.98|
|*Fiscal year ends March 31|
|Cash & equivalents||$354M|
|Market value at 5/29||$5.7B|
|**As of March 31, except where noted|
|source: Company Reports|