Infosys ends $1.5-billion AI deal

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Infosys ends $1.5-billion AI deal

| Updated: December 28, 2023 20:27

Infosys ends $1.5-billion AI deal

Infosys has confirmed the termination of a $1.5-billion AI contract with a global customer, which the firm announced in September. The company didn’t divulge details about the client and the cause for termination. This was reportedly Infosys’s biggest AI deal.

The termination follows the unanticipated resignation of Infosys CFO Nilanjan Roy.

The deal was expected to bring Infosys $100 million annually for 15 years of the agreement’s tenure.

“This is in continuation of the disclosure made by Infosys via a letter dated September 14 with respect to an MoU with a global company. The global company has now elected to terminate the MoU, and the parties will not be pursuing a Master Agreement,” Infosys said in an exchange filing, reported by The Times of India.

These cancellations have more profound effects on people and businesses, particularly in a slowing market when consumers are cutting back on discretionary spending, the TOI report added.

Ray Wang, CEO of US-based IT consultancy Constellation Research, was quoted as saying, “When you win or lose a deal this big, you traditionally must address the staffing ramp-up or reduction. “

Infosys CEO Salil Parekh stated the company’s highest considerable deal value of $7.7 billion during the quarter in the company’s most recent earnings announcement for the September quarter. Given the unstable macro environment, he said this was evidence of Infosys’s ability to change course.

Despite the setback, Infosys has recently announced other deals, including a five-year agreement with LKQ Europe. Infosys closed its biggest-ever deals in the September quarter, totalling $7.7 billion. However, a revised full-year revenue guidance of 1-2.5% resulted from muted revenue growth.

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