After several quarters of slow growth, IT major is seen to have regained the momentum with the clinching of the $1.6-billion Alight deal earlier this month.
The contract has not only cemented the position of its chief executive officer (CEO) Abidali Neemuchwala, it has also proven the ability of the current management to successfully chase and close larger deals that are becoming scarcer in the market.
“This is the second mega deal for in the past four years after the Taken together, these deals help address the persistent growth issues that has experienced in the past couple of years,” said Peter Bendor-Samuel, founder and CEO of global advisory firm, Everest Group. “As these factors take hold, we anticipate that Wipro’s growth prospects are improving, and will start to look more similar to its peers,” he added.
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