Infosys Australia gets new chiefNovember 17th, 2008 - 6:30 pm ICT by ANI
Melbourne, Nov.17 (ANI): INFOSYS Technologies Australia chief executive officer Gary Ebeyan has decided to leave the company, and he will be replaced by Jackie Korhonen, vice -president, IBM Australia-New Zealand managed business process services.
She will begin her stint at Infosys” today but will assume the CEO role on December 15.
Ebeyan will stay on in an advisory role until January 2009, the company said.
“The past five years have been a challenging and rewarding experience for me. The company has gone from strength to strength in every year of operation in Australia and has had phenomenal growth in revenues, profits and clients.
“I leave the company knowing that the future has never looked brighter for it. I thank the Infosys Technologies management for putting their trust in me over the past five years, and wish the company, its employees and my successor Jackie all the very best for the future,” The Australian quoted Ebeyan, as saying. (ANI)
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