Infosys Consulting in the U.S. (in 2010): What to Do Now? Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Infosys' global delivery model was being challenged by American repercussion against outsourcing. H1B visas for foreign workers and tax incentives were being transformed to support this policy. The tax incentives being proposed were meant to save American taxpayers $210 billion over ten years by repatriating taxes on foreign profits.

Influence for the H1B reform advocate ensuring that where there are qualified American workers, those jobs are filled with those individuals before foreign workers. Also, adversaries like Wipro and Tata were challenging Infosys' global consulting strategy. How should Infosys react to pressure while trying to remain competitive to hire costly local talent?

PUBLICATION DATE: January 06, 2012 PRODUCT #: MH0012-PDF-ENG

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