Bangalore: Infosys Ltd on Wednesday officially launched its infrastructure testing service for clients as part of efforts to differentiate its traditional information technology (IT) offerings.
“We have 12 clients already, and we estimate that this market is about $5 billion,” said Chandrashekar Kakal, senior vice president and global head of Infosys’ business IT services.
Traditional IT services—that include application development and maintenance, and infrastructure management and testing—account for around 62% of Infosys’ total revenue.
“Infrastructure outages can be extremely costly and a key concern for clients. We are also looking to create more such innovations at the intersection of our offerings within the business IT services segment,” Kakal said.
Infrastructure management, testing and allied offerings account for about 15% of total revenue, he added.