August 2023 \ Business & Investment \ Business and Governance
Infosys reports Q1 YoY revenue growth of 4.2%

New Delhi: IT major Infosys delivered $4,617 million in Q1 revenues with year on year growth of 4.2 per cent and sequential growth of 1.0 per cent in constant currency.

Large deal TCV for the quarter was at $2.3 billion, with net new of 56.1 per cent. Operating margin for the quarter was stable at 20.8 per cent. ROE improved 180 bps to 32.8 per cent. Attrition declined further to 17.3 per cent. FY24 revenue guidance revised to 1.0 per cent-3.5 per cent and operating margin guidance retained at 20 per cent-22 per cent.

“We had a solid Q1 with a growth of 4.2 per cent and large deals of $2.3 billion which helps us to set a strong foundation for future growth. Our generative AI capabilities are expanding well, with 80 active client projects. Topaz, our comprehensive AI offering, is resonating well with clients. We see this being transformative for clients and enhancing our overall service portfolio,” CEO and MD Salil Parekh said.

“We have expanded the margin improvement programme with a holistic set of actions for the short, medium and long-term, working on five key areas, supported by our leadership team,” he added.

“Q1 operating margins were resilient in an uncertain macro environment on the back of our continued focus on cost optimization. Company’s rigorous operational discipline including improved productivity measures and higher utilization helped margins for the quarter,” CFO Nilanjan Roy said.