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La société Infosys désignée comme « leader » par le rapport Worldwide Oracle Implementation Ecosystem d'IDC MarketScape

BANGALORE, Inde et NEW YORK, November 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Infosys a été désignée comme leader mondial en matière d'implémentation des systèmes Oracle, d'après le rapport Worldwide Oracle Implementation Ecosystem 2012 Vendor Analysis[1] d'IDC MarketScape.

Infosys est l'un des deux seuls acteurs dans la catégorie des « leaders » mondiaux. Le rapport d'IDC MarketScape couvre toute une variété de fournisseurs participant au marché mondial de l'écosystème de mise en œuvre d'Oracle. Cette évaluation est basée sur un cadre complet et rigoureux qui évalue chaque fournisseur par rapport aux critères établis et aux autres fournisseurs. Ce cadre met en évidence les facteurs qui devraient être les plus influents en matière de réussite dans le marché, sur les court et long termes.

Selon le rapport, Infosys est un leader mondial qui se base sur les services de l'entreprise en matière de conseil et d'intégration de systèmes de bout en bout sur des plateformes Oracle, pour des services allant du conseil aux entreprises jusqu'au conseil technique. Cela comprend les services intégrés de gestion du changement organisationnel, la réalisation et la gouvernance de la valeur commerciale, les services de formation et la gestion de programme. Infosys a également réalisé d'importants investissements dans des secteurs stratégiques clés, y compris les solutions industrielles préconfigurées pour l'accélération, la fusion des applications, la mobilité, le cloud et les grands volumes de données (big data), afin de continuer à s'aligner sur l'orientation stratégique d'Oracle sur le marché.

 « Le fait qu'IDC ait encore désigné cette année Infosys comme un leader souligne le travail que nous faisons avec Oracle, ainsi que notre engagement sur ce marché », a déclaré Ravi Kumar S., vice-président et chef de la pratique Oracle chez Infosys. « Nos clients savent déjà que nous offrons les meilleures solutions Oracle dans cette catégorie, au profit de diverses industries, et le positionnement par IDC d'Infosys comme un chef de file de l'implémentation internationale des services Oracle appuie également le point de vue de nos clients. Nous continuons à réaliser des investissements stratégiques dans l'innovation, le développement de produits ainsi que la recherche et le développement en partenariat avec Oracle, afin de tirer parti de nos capacités. »

Infosys est un partenaire de niveau Diamond d'Oracle et s'appuie sur son partenariat avec cette entreprise au sein du marché et dans le cadre d'initiatives de codéveloppement, notamment les centres d'innovation communs Infosys-Oracle situés à Redwood Shores, en Californie, et à Shanghai, en Chine.

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À propos d'IDC MarketScape
Le modèle d'analyse de fournisseurs d'IDC MarketScape est conçu pour fournir un aperçu de l'aptitude compétitive des fournisseurs de TIC (technologies de l'information et de la communication) dans un marché donné. La méthodologie de recherche utilise une méthode de notation rigoureuse, basée sur des critères à la fois qualitatifs et quantitatifs, qui résulte en une seule illustration graphique de la position de chaque fournisseur dans un marché donné. IDC MarketScape fournit un cadre clair dans lequel les offres de produits et de services, les capacités et les stratégies actuelles et futures, ainsi que les facteurs de succès du marché des fournisseurs d'informatique et de télécommunications peuvent être utilement comparés. Ce cadre fournit également aux acheteurs de technologies une évaluation à 360 degrés des forces et des faiblesses des fournisseurs actuels et potentiels.

[1]IDC MarketScape : [WorldWide Oracle Implementation Ecosystem 2012], doc. n° 237327, octobre 2012

À propos d'Infosys

Infosys fait équipe avec des entreprises mondiales pour mener leur croissance par l'innovation. C'est pourquoi Forbes a classé Infosys au 19e rang des 100 entreprises les plus innovantes. En tant que fournisseur de premier plan de la prochaine génération de solutions de conseil, de technologie et d'externalisation, Infosys aide ses clients répartis dans plus de 30 pays à réaliser leurs objectifs. Rendez-vous sur le site http://www.infosys.com et découvrez comment Infosys (NASDAQ : INFY), comptant plus de 150 000 collaborateurs, parvient dès aujourd'hui à bâtir l'entreprise de demain®.

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Certaines déclarations contenues dans ce communiqué concernant nos perspectives de croissance future sont des énoncés prospectifs qui impliquent un certain nombre de risques et d'incertitudes qui pourraient amener les résultats réels à différer sensiblement de ceux indiqués dans ces énoncés prospectifs. Les risques et les incertitudes associés à ces énoncés comprennent, sans toutefois s'y limiter, les risques et incertitudes concernant les fluctuations de revenus, les fluctuations des taux de change, notre capacité à gérer la croissance, la concurrence intense dans les services informatiques, y compris les facteurs qui peuvent affecter notre avantage coût , l'augmentation des salaires en Inde, notre capacité à attirer et à retenir des professionnels hautement qualifiés, le temps et les dépassements de coûts sur les prix fixes, les contrats-cadre à temps fixe, la concentration des clients, les restrictions en matière d'immigration, la concentration des segments de l'industrie, notre capacité à gérer nos opérations internationales, la baisse de la demande de technologie dans nos domaines clés, les perturbations des réseaux de télécommunication ou les défaillances des systèmes, notre capacité à mener à bien et à intégrer des acquisitions potentielles, la responsabilité liées à des dommages dans le cadre de nos contrats de service, le succès des sociétés dans lesquelles Infosys a réalisé des investissements stratégiques, le retrait ou l'expiration d'incitations fiscales gouvernementales, l'instabilité politique et les conflits régionaux, les restrictions légales sur la levée de capitaux ou l'acquisition de sociétés situées hors de l'Inde, l'utilisation non autorisée de notre propriété intellectuelle et les conditions économiques générales affectant notre secteur. D'autres risques qui pourraient affecter nos résultats d'exploitation futurs sont décrits plus en détail dans nos documents déposés auprès de la Securities and Exchange Commission des États-Unis, y compris notre rapport annuel sur formulaire 20-F pour l'exercice clos le 31 mars 2012 et sur formulaire 6-K pour les trimestres clos les 30 juin et 30 septembre 2012. Ces dépôts sont disponibles à l'adresse http://www.sec.gov. Infosys peut, de temps à autre, procéder à de nouveaux énoncés prospectifs écrits et oraux, notamment des déclarations contenues dans les documents déposés par la société auprès de la Securities and Exchange Commission et dans nos rapports aux actionnaires. La société ne s'engage pas à mettre à jour les énoncés prospectifs qui peuvent être faits de temps à autre par elle ou pour son compte.

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