Infosys Scores Wins from the MTA HHC
Infosys International Inc.
Plainview-based Infosys International has gone on a tear, winning contracts from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the Health and Hospital Corp.
Raj Mehta, Infosys chief executive officer, said the provider of software and technology services had snared a five-year contract from New York City's Health and Hospitals Corp. with a value up to $7 million.
"It covers all the hospitals and nursing homes in the New York City area," he said.
The MTA win puts Infosys among a select list of approved technology providers. That means that any MTA agency, including the Long Island Rail Road or Long Island Bus can hire Infosys for its technology needs.
The company also has placed its Blue Pearl software at SUNY Stony Brook's Center of Excellence in Wireless Internet and Information Technology. The software package designed to help organizations such as nonprofits and political campaigns track their funds, is being used to help track contributions to the center. The first installation of Blue Pearl was at the Women's Sports Foundation in East Meadow, founded by Billie Jean King to promote equal opportunity in sports for women.