Selecting A Multinational Enterprise: Infosys

Course: IBUS 300: International Business, Honors

Written: March 21, 2013 
Published: October 3, 2017
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Multinational Enterprise Selection: Infosys Limited

For the purpose of an International Business course in college, I was required to select a  multinational enterprise and submit a proposal to write an analysis report on that particular enterprise. Below, are answers to professor questions. I turned the questions into subtitle headers. The professor approved my proposal. The final report is available for viewing here

MY SELECTION: INFOSYS LIMITED

Headquartered in Bangalore, Kanataka, and founded in 1981, Infosys has core competencies in software development & IT consulting, data management, cloud computing, engineering, and business process outsourcing. Infosys provides these services for mainstream firms including: Microsoft, Amazon, Oracle, HP, IBM, Salesforce, and CA Technologies. 

WHY I CHOSE INFOSYS

As a multinational leader in the tech industry, I am intrigued to research and analyze Infosys's involvement in: international business strategies, foreign involvement, present problems, financial performance, and economic relations. I aimed to ensure that I selected a company that adequately fits the MNE criteria outline. In this way, I can compose a well-written and structured analysis 

INTERNATIONAL REACH

Infosys qualifies as an MNE since they provide services and products in 20 industries and 30 countries. 
 

INTERESTING STORY BEHIND INFOSYS

Infosys was founded by 7 men with $250 in a third world country and blossomed into a global enterprise with a market cap exceeding $7 billion.

MY INTEREST IN THE TECH INDUSTRY

While I am pursuing a dual degree in Finance and Broadcast Journalism, I would be interested in reporting on tech or managing portfolios. I enjoy studying tech, designing websites, and researching tech companies primarily because the industry is constantly evolving. Technology is one industry that impacts every industry.  In addition, young billionaires without college degrees have founded many successful and notable tech firms.  
 
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