Infosys loses some other top government With Prasad Thrikutam’s Exit

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The checklist of prime executives quitting Infosys Ltd grew longer with the exit of Prasad Thrikutam’s on Thursday.

Thrikutam’s used to be answerable for strategic sales, advertising and alliances, and president Proven Rae will take up his portfolio, an Infosys spokeswoman stated.

Infosys has lost as a minimum eleven senior managers over the past yr. Or so, as India’s second-greatest IT services and products exporter looks for a brand new chief executive.

The last exit used to be of president and board member B.G. Srinivas, who cease on May 29.

Stories speculated B G Srinivas may just sign up for any other IT services and products agency as its chief government and managing director.

Srinivas’ used to be the eleventh high-stage exit from the Bangalore-based firm since the return of co-founder N R Narayan Murthy on the helm of affairs in June final yr.

“Srinivas will subscribe to as CEO and Managing Director (MD) of any other listed entity. The announcement to this effect is likely to introduced quickly,” sources in understand of the development told PTI.

Srinivas, who was once Infosys’ highest-paid government (annual compensation of Rs. 7.52 Crore in FY14), led key portfolios like financial services and products, manufacturing and public services and products at the IT products and services agency.

His resignation will be efficient June 10. Srinivas was thought to be to be among the many top contenders for the job of CEO, changing S D Shibulal, who retires on January 9, 2015.

 

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