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Army facilitates employment of Kashmiri youth in MNC
TATA Consultancy Service, on 23 Apr 2015 organised the third round of interview.
Source: Daily Kashmir / 24 April 2015

Pattan: Under the aegis of Chinar Corps, the Rashtriya Rifles unit based at Hyderbieg organised third round of interview of 69 youth graduates (including 3 girls) of the flood ravaged areas of J&K for employment in TATA Consultancy Service (TCS), on 23 Apr 2015. These candidates hailed from the area of Pattan and Srinagar, a defense spokesman in a statement said here today.

The spokesman said that the telephonic interviews were conducted for employment of fresh graduates who passed out from the year 2012 onwards, for all India vacancies in the leading software company of the country, TCS. (

TCS positioned in 'winner's circle' in HfS' blueprint report on enterprise mobility services
Dr. Satya Ramaswamy, global head of TCS digital enterprise is quoted.
Source: Onesource - PressWIRE / 23 April, 2015

* The report cites TCS' user interface and user experience design capabilities as highly rated by enterprise buyers

SANTA CLARA|MUMBAI: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS) a leading IT services, consulting and business solutions organisation, today announced it has been named to the 'winner's circle' by analyst firm HfS Research in its "2015 enterprise mobility services blueprint report," authored by Ned May, senior vice president research, digital transformation services & solutions, HfS Research.

HfS gathered nearly 1,000 data points covering 23 enterprise mobility service providers, evaluating criteria across six parameters in execution and innovation. The 'winner's circle' had the scale to drive innovation across their respective target markets via their deep industry expertise coupled with refined technical execution, and went above and beyond in areas such as: building strong relationships with clients, execution of services beyond the scope, high flexibility in meeting clients' needs, a strong vision, concrete plans to invest in future capabilities, a healthy cross-section of vertical capabilities, and demonstrating a strong ability of leveraging external drivers to increase value for their clients.

The report highlights TCS' strength in its ability to meet an extremely broad set of enterprise mobility needs from one-off development to complex transformation. TCS was among the top providers bringing the most flexibility in mobility services pricing - matching pricing models to mobility development's new demands. In addition, the report cites TCS' unified digital vision, transformation capabilities, innovative pricing for app factories and mobile engagements, robust portfolio of IP across horizontal and vertical segments, very good execution and on-time delivery, and the ability to engage directly with business stakeholders and help drive momentum as a real partner to in-house IT.

"Across the board, enterprise buyers rated TCS at the highest levels for both execution and innovation. They are clearly a top provider in enterprise mobility services today," said ned may, senior vice president research, digital transformation services and solutions at HfS.

"Mobility is emerging as the pivotal force among the digital five forces (mobility, big data, social, cloud, and ai-robotics) fuelling the digital reimaginationTM of our customers across every industry. In many ways, mobility is the face of the enterprise to its customers as well as its own employees," said Dr Satya Ramaswamy, global head of TCS digital enterprise. "We believe that HfS Research's positioning of TCS in the 'winner's circle' of enterprise mobility services, is a result of TCS' industry-leading and differentiated vision, innovative pricing models, intellectual property portfolio, ability to engage with business stakeholders, execution strength, and true thought leadership that can help transform businesses."

Experts brainstorm ideas for Smarter Jamshedpur
TATA Consultancy Services and Tata Communications to present solutions, concepts and ideas on building a "Smarter" Jamshedpur.
Source: / 22 April 2015

Jamshedpur, April 21: Tata Steel Limited and CSI, Jamshedpur Chapter hosted a seminar on 'Smarter Jamshedpur' today at Beldih club, Jamshedpur inviting distinguished speakers and subject matter experts from IBM, CISCO, Dassault Systemes, HP India Sales Private Limited, TATA Consultancy Services and Tata Communications to present solutions, concepts and ideas on building a "Smarter" Jamshedpur.

The event was inaugurated by Binod Kumar Das, Vice President, Coke Sinter & Iron, Tata Steel. While addressing the gathering he stated his expectation for "simple yet affordable smart solutions" for envisioned 'Smarter' Jamshedpur. The one day seminar was attended by professionals and experts from various organisations along with guests from the participating companies. (

TCS to turn around insurance business, names Daniel Praveen as Diligenta CEO
Source: The Economic Times / 20 April 2015

Tata Consulting Services has appointed Daniel Praveen as CEO of Diligenta, looking to turn around the insurance business that has been dragging down earnings at India's largest IT services company for past three quarters. Praveen, who replaces Suresh Menon, was company director of operations for UK's public sector and has experience in insurance as he headed TCS' insurance business in Britain from 2006 to 2010. The announcement of his appointment as CEO was made internally a week ago, ET has learned. While Diligenta's official website names Praveen as the CEO, Praveen's LinkedIn profile did not reflect the change till Friday evening. Source:

TWe have performed better than our competition: Rajesh Gopinathan
Source: The Financial Express / 20 April 2015

Despite reporting a lower quarterly revenues for the March quarter on a sequential basis, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) registered a healthy improvement in FY15 revenue and profit. The IT major CFO Rajesh Gopinathan tells FE's Pranav Nambiar and Rhik Kundu that the company's performance in the recently concluded fiscal was on a par with some of the biggest corporations of the world as it made inroads into many important markets like Japan, France, and Germany. Excerpts:

Any worries as far as revenues are concerned?

We ended FY15 with incremental revenues of over $2 billion. We performed better than our competition. In fact, our numbers were close to that of the largest companies in the world. We also made inroads into important markets like Japan, France, Germany during the year. (

We have to definitely look at attrition now: TCS CEO Chandrasekaran
We have to definitely look at attrition now: TCS CEO Chandrasekaran
Source: Live Mint / 20 April 2015

Mumbai: N. Chandrasekaran, chief executive officer and managing director of Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS), said that despite missing analyst estimates in the March quarter, India's largest software services exporter will beat the 12-14% revenue growth forecast of lobby group Nasscom in 2015-16. TCS shares fell 4.2% on Friday to Rs.2,476.20 after the company reported muted earnings on Thursday. In an interview, Chandrasekaran said cross-currency fluctuations will continue to trouble the company and the uncertainty at its UK-based Diligenta unit and energy and telecom sectors is likely to persist. However, it was business as usual in the deals space, he said. Edited excerpts:

It has been 10 years since your company's initial public offering (IPO). How has the journey been so far, and what are the broad technology shifts you have seen?

It has been very good overall. Our financial performance has been solid and customer growth has been phenomenal. The company's capability has grown dramatically. We have become a globalized company and the fabric has become a lot more global today in every dimension. We are lucky that the industry, too, has been growing dramatically. (

TCS seeks to bring technology to life: N Chandrasekaran
Source: The Economic Times / 18 April 2015

Tata Consultancy Services, India's largest IT company, reported disappointing fourth-quarter results on Thursday, but cheered employees with a special bonus that will cost the firm Rs 2,628 crore as it celebrated a decade as a publicly listed firm. CEO N Chandrasekaran tells ET what the next 10 years may hold and how he will cope with challenges and potential disruption. Edited excerpts:

TCS is celebrating 10 years as a publicly listed company, but there have been lots of changes in industry and TCS in that time. What will the next 10 years look like?

If you look at the last 10 years, we have evolved - both the technology industry and us. The technology industry has moved to centre-stage and TCS has evolved as well. It's gone from $1 billion to $15 billion. We've become a global company with strong capabilities. (

Basu Suman adjudged TCS best student of the year
Kushal Banerjee, Academic Relationship Manager, India (East) of TCS
Source: Odisha / 17 April 2015

Basu Suman, a 4th year Mechanical Engineering student of the Institute of Technical Education and Research (ITER), the faculty of engineering of Odisha's SOA University, was today presented the best student award for the current year by the Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) for his all-round achievement in academics and extra-curricular activity.

TCS-award Kushal Banerjee, Academic Relationship Manager, India (East) of TCS, presented the award to Suman at a program held in ITER in the presence of the Dean of the institute, Prof PK Sahu and Associate Dean Dr RK Hota.

Separate awards were also presented on behalf of ITER to Jagyan Mohapatra, Ankit Bhargav, Prateek Pattnaik, Debasish Dash, Anurag Kirti and Divakar, on the occasion for their leadership and contribution in several other areas including social action, creative art, literary flair and blood donation etc. (