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The unfortunate news follows that Narayana Murthy’s Rs 600000 crore company loses a significant Rs 12500 crore agreement

<p>One of the largest IT firms in India, Infosys has a valuation of over Rs 600000 crore. Established by billionaire Narayana Murthy, an IIT alumnus, Infosys has a global clientele and partnerships with some of the largest international corporations. Given that we are in the AI age, every company seeks to be up-to-date. One such business, hoping to do the same, was on the verge of inking a huge Rs 12500 crore contract with Infosys when it was canceled. AI played a role in the possible agreement between Infosys and an unidentified international company. Infosys has announced the termination of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a worldwide corporation that wishes to remain anonymous.</p>
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<p>Weeks after CFO Nilanjan Roy left, Narayana Murthy’s Rs 600000 crore business lost a significant Rs 12500 crore transaction. In case you missed it, Nilanjan Roy began working at Infosys in 2019. He had a number of executive roles before joining Bharti Airtel Ltd. as its global chief financial officer. The agreement with Infosys was supposed to be a 15-year commitment. In September, the firms inked a memorandum of understanding.</p>
<p>“In their exchange filings, Infosys stated that this is a follow-up to the disclosure made by Infosys vide letter dated September 14, 2023, titled “corporation update” regarding a Memorandum of Understanding with a global company that was contingent upon parties entering into a Master Agreement.”</p>
<p>“The global company has now elected to terminate the Memorandum of Understanding and the parties will not be pursuing the Master Agreement.” The business continued.</p>

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