We all are very much aware of one of the biggest multinational companies -- Infosys Ltd based in Bangalore. The company is renowned for providing IT along with the business consulting services. Well! there is a delightful news to share. The company has made a net profit of Rs 3,612 Crores as against Rs 19,218 in its 1st quarter, that ended on June 30th, 2018. The 2nd largest software service provider company has shown us a growth of 3.7% in its quarterly profit.
What made Infosys cross such a target?
According to its CEO, Mr. Salil Parekh “the dual emphasis on the Agile Digital and Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven core services has led the margin performance and generation of strong revenue in Q1. With the help of Agile Digital Business growing consecutively at 8%, the company has good traction in the market. In the previous year, Infosys had reported a profit of Rs 3,483 crores during the same period as mentioned by MSN.
About 1:1 Bonus
As per the news from NDTV, Infosys also announced a 1:1 bonus for the shareholders which means each shareholder will get one share for each share that they held. Apart from this, in a meeting with the board of Infosys, held on July 13th, 2018, it recommended a bonus issue of one equity share for each equity share held and for every American Depositary Share (ADS) held there will be a stock dividend of one
Also, the company would pay up to Rs 13,000 Crores to shareholders which will include Rs 2,600 Crores by special dividend, as per the update from April. It also said that it will continue with the policy of returning 70% of free cash.
About other companies
Infosys score came out after the largest software exporter company Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) recorded their score of 23.4% rise in consolidated net profit of 7,340 Crores for June quarter.
When it comes to TATA group, it saw its rise in income from operations which is growing at 15.8% to Rs 34,261 in the first 3 months of the current financial year.
The company’s total market valuation has been moved up by Rs 3,167.08 Crores to Rs 2,85,924.08 Crores.
Thus, we can see, the company had reported a tremendous increase of 11.7% in the financial year that ended on the 31st March 2018 in its consolidated net profit which is 16,029 Crores as per the Hindustan Times.