Indian outsourcing giant Infosys has been accused of fudging its financials and taking measures to make profits appear larger than what they actually are, according to whistleblowers at the Bangalore-headquartered outfit.
Tennis Australia's technology needs for the Australian Open in 2019, and for the next two years thereafter, will be provided by the Indian outsourcing giant Infosys, which has signed a three-year deal with the body responsible for the sport in Australia.
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