We, therefore, lower our EBIT margin estimate for FY20 by 110bps to 24.8%. While we expect Infosys to grow its revenues a tad faster than that of TCS in FY20, its EBIT margin will likely be ~260bps lower. The strengths of TCS in automation, platforms, a stable workforce, ‘location- independent agile’ methodology, etc help to keep its margins among industry’s best. Post 4QFY19, we retain Sell rating on TCS with a March 2020 target price of Rs1,614 (at a target P/E of 16.5x FY21E EPS, 1 SD below the mean for the past five years). This target P/E (highest in our universe) is reflective of the strong position that TCS holds through: (1) Breadth and depth in service lines, geographies and verticals. (2) Ability to stitch together integrated offerings. (3) Significant lead in automation skills. (4) Strong and stable base of experienced employees with contextual knowledge. (5) Strong platform and agile delivery capabilities. We prefer TCS followed by Infosys and HCLT within our coverage universe over the next 12-24 months. The P/E compression trade between TCS and Infosys will stall as investors grapple with likely margin of Infosys in FY20.