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Wed, May 18 2016

MEDIA-India's Infosys revamps processes across verticals to boost productivity - Economic Times

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MEDIA-India's Infosys to club BPO unit's services with its own in bid to revive growth - Mint

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BRIEF-Infosys and Amazon Web Services collaborate to accelerate cloud migration

* Infosys and Amazon Web Services collaborate to accelerate cloud migration Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom)

BRIEF- Infosys deepens relationship with Microsoft

* Has committed to scale its team of dedicated azure consultants to 5,000

Sensex gains for fourth session on Infosys boost

Indian shares rose for a fourth consecutive session on Monday as investors cheered software services firm Infosys' upbeat revenue forecast and its third successive estimate-beating earnings on new client wins.

Indian stocks head for 4th straight gain on Infosys boost

April 18 Indian shares headed for a fourth consecutive session of gains on Monday as investors cheered software services firm Infosys' upbeat revenue forecast and its third successive estimate-beating earnings on new client wins.

BUZZ-India's Infosys hits record high on growth outlook

** Infosys Ltd's shares gain as much as 8.11 pct to touch lifetime high

BUZZ-Infosys Ltd: U.S.-listed stock touches highest in 16 yrs

** IT services provider's U.S.-listed shares up 8.2 pct at $19.98

Infosys forecasts stronger growth as it chases $20 billion sales target

MUMBAI/BENGALURU India's second-largest IT services firm Infosys forecast strong revenue growth and reported its third successive estimate-beating earnings on new client wins, solidifying a recovery that began a year ago under its new chief executive.

Infosys forecasts stronger growth as it chases $20 billion sales target

MUMBAI/BENGALURU India's second-largest IT services firm Infosys forecast strong revenue growth and reported its third successive estimate-beating earnings on new client wins, solidifying a recovery that began a year ago under its new chief executive.

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