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SWOT for Infosys Strengths Weakness High brand value Culture Persistent innovation R&D (SETLabs) The Planning Process The Productivity Engine Strong financial position Global delivery model (GDM) Smaller than its global competitors The geographic location External marketing and advertising Opportunities Threats The new markets in China The period that is generally depressed for the IT industry Innovations The end-to-end services The offshore service The rising labor wages in India Similar countries like China, etc. Competition from other global players Strengths 1. Infosys is one of the world’s largest corporate and the largest IT company in India. It also the first company rings the NASDAQ’s opening bell from Asia. So it has a high brand value.
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2. Infosys is based in India, so its competitive advantage is enhanced. In Indian, it cost Infosys low labor costs and the workforce is talented as well as has high skills levels in Information Technology. Thus, it has an operational basis that offers low-cost based, highly skilled competitive advantage. 3. Infosys has a positive culture which makes the corporate campus-like. It includes sorts of motivations, logical organizational structure, and so on. In addition, Infosys invests a lot on the human capital so that it has a better internal training system. Meanwhile, trained Indian personnel often speak very good English and are sensitive to Western culture. 4. Infosys has the new services engine, persistent innovation which makes it productive and competitive. 5. Technical Backbone of the Innovation Engine—R&D. Infosys established an R&D group known as the Software Engineering and Technologies Laboratories (SETLabs) in order to leverage technology advances to generate significant gains in Infosys’s productivity in delivering projects. It turns out that it actually enhances Infosys’s productivity. 6. Managerial Backbone of the Innovation Engine—The Planning Process. At the corporate level, Infosys monitored several metrics that were proxies for innovation, including fraction of revenues coming from new services and fraction of revenues coming from solutions. And the planning process should be a better example which help to monitored both long-term and short-term process. 7. The Productivity Engine. Infosys pursued multiple paths to higher productivity. For example, the company was organized with an eye towards productivity, keeping employees within the same IBU indefinitely so they could accumulate experience and become more efficient. It has built many models to enhance the productivity so far as well as cut the costs efficiently.
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8. Infosys is in a strong financial position. Infosys’s revenue is more than $2 billion in 2006. This means that it has the capital to expand, and also the basis to leverage potential
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