Describes the financing and growth of Infosys, an Indian software start-up. Infosys despite a number of stereotypes about barriers to entrepreneurship in India. The company was founded by a small group of entrepreneurs with little capital and without backing from a large family conglomerate. While Infosys has been very successful recently, there was also a very uncertain time in the history of the company. At the time of the case, Mr. Murthy, Infosys’ CEO and his team again before important cha … Read more »

Describes the financing and growth of Infosys, an Indian software start-up. Infosys despite a number of stereotypes about barriers to entrepreneurship in India. The company was founded by a small group of entrepreneurs with little capital and without backing from a large family conglomerate. While Infosys has been very successful recently, there was also a very uncertain time in the history of the company. At the time of the case, Mr. Murthy, Infosys’ CEO and his team again with great challenges in terms of future growth and funding. Infosys share is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange. The company must decide whether it should be attempted, and a list of its shares on a U.S. stock exchange, and if so, whether they list on the NASDAQ or NYSE.
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Walter Kümmerle,
William J. Coughlin
Source: HBS
30 pages.
Release date: 05 April, 2000. Prod #: 800103-PDF-ENG
Infosys: Financing an Indian Software Start-Up HBR case solution

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