Consultancy Services brings India's first e-biz facility
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Asia's largest software
and services company, unveiled India's first e-Business Development
Facility and the GE (Japan) Development Centre at SEEPZ, Mumbai.
The facility was inaugurated by Scott R. Bayman, President and
CEO, GE India, in the presence of S. Ramadorai, CEO, TCS
on September 19, 2000.
facility will develop e-solutions for TCS' Global customers. The
centre will focus on developing and deploying e-commerce and e-CRM
solutions in B2B and B2C areas - from e-business strategy and implementation,
to maintenance and outsourcing. The global e-business development
facility will have 500 skilled IT professionals to develop and deliver
quality software to overseas customers. The GE (Japan) Development
Centre will develop state-of-the-art software for GE (Japan), catering
to the need of the Japanese market and strengthening TCS' presence
a division of Tata Sons Limited, provides IT and management
consultancy services to organisations in over 60 countries across
the globe. The Rs. 2115 crore company currently employs over
14,000 professionals. TCS has over 800 global clients, many of which
are Fortune 500 companies. TCS is aggressively pursuing its e-business
strategy and expects e-business to account for up to 25%
of its revenues.
Inaugurating the Facility, Scott R. Bayman, said "This Facility
is another affirmation of TCS' experience, expertise and insight
in the e-business marketplace."