Nilekani said the company has taken several steps during the year to remedy the concerns raised on the matter of stability.
For the second straight year, Infosys co-founder N R Narayana Murthy stayed away from company's Annual General Meeting.
With the return of co-founder Nandan M. Nilekani as Infosys Chairman, the spotlight at the IT firm's 37th Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday will be back on its promoters.
Former SAP executive Vishal Sikka today denied IP theft charges made by tech firm Teradata, terming the allegations as "baseless and outrageous",
Cloud-based data and analytics firm Teradata has filed complaint in a US court against German firm SAP alleging trade secret misappropriation.
Infosys said it has decided to sell its subsidiary Panaya whose acquisition became a contentious issue between the founders and erstwhile management led by Vishal Sikka.
As p[er results, 97.96% shareholders through physical ballot and electronic mode voted in favour of appointment of Parekh on Feb 20, 2018.
Underlining the huge potential of the digital business, Infosys CEO and MD Salil Parekh said it is a critical element of the market.
Infosys non-executive Chairman Nilekani expressed satisfaction at the progress made in bringing stability to the company, saying he will stay only "as long as required".
Infosys CEO Salil Parekh will be paid a fixed salary of Rs 6.5 crores and would be eligible for variable pay of Rs 9.75 crores at the end of the 2018-2019 fiscal year.