September 27, 2012
, a global leader in consulting and technology and Diamond level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork, today announced details of its participation at Oracle OpenWorld 2012, which runs from
Sept. 30 to Oct. 4, 2012
at the Moscone Center in
S.D. Shibulal, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director at Infosys, will deliver a keynote speech titled "Radical Progress" on
Tuesday, Oct. 2
2:45 p.m. PDT
in Moscone North, Hall D.
In his keynote, Shibulal will take the audience at Oracle OpenWorld for a journey through the history of what he calls "radical progress." The great advances of the last century often came about when people looked at a field of research or an industry from a new perspective. They asked themselves what was missing - and then filled in the gaps. Today, according to Shibulal, the most successful businesses use that same spirit of innovation to drive sustained growth. They constantly step back and assess their current models. Companies that use the innovative traits that got them to where they are in the first place will continue to transform their businesses and improve the way we live.
Infosys clients and company executives will also lead
more than 15 sessions
at the conference on topics such as mobility, big data and the customer experience.
Sanjay Jalona, Senior Vice President of High Tech and Manufacturing at Infosys, will join
, Oracle's Vice President of the High Tech business unit, in a general session on driving growth and performance for next-generation technology enterprises. The session will take place on
Monday, Oct. 1
10:45 to 11:45 a.m. PDT
in Moscone West - 3024.
Infosys will also sponsor Oracle's
Big Data and Analytics
tracks at Oracle OpenWorld.
"Oracle OpenWorld is a place where ideas about transformation and innovation thrive," said Shibulal. "As a Diamond sponsor of the event, we look forward to helping drive the dialog on these critical business and technology issues. Our sessions will share both our expertise in Oracle solutions and our insights to help build tomorrow's enterprises."