Friday, 30 January 2015 14:01

Infosys elevates Groth to chief of Australia, NZ business

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Andrew Groth, Infosys Andrew Groth, Infosys

Indian outsourcing giant Infosys has appointed 30-year industry veteran Andrew Groth as Regional Head for its Australian and New Zealand business.

Groth, a senor executive with experience in technology, outsourcing, consulting, business processes and next-generation services, is responsible for leading strategy and growth for the $8.3 billion company’s third largest market globally.

Groth replaces Jacqueline Korhonen who Infosys’ regional head held the role for just over six years from November 2008 to December last year.

Based in Sydney, Groth joined Infosys in 2010 to head up the company’s Financial Services business in Australia and New Zealand. He has also undertaken other roles within Infosys, including Head of Financial Services – Asia Pacific, and most recently as Head of Enterprise and Industry Services.

Prior to Infosys, Groth was a Senior Vice President at Genpact based in London, where he led the growth of the business and its customer relationships across the EMEA region.

He also worked for 19 years with CSC in a broad range of roles, including strategic development for the company’s large-scale sourcing, systems integration and consulting business.  

Groth has an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management and is a Senior Associate of the Australian & New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance.


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