TCS Latest News

  1. IT bellwether Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has entered into a multi-year agreement to accelerate hospitality firm Hilton Worldwide’s technology strategy as part of the ‘Hilton Worldwide Innovation Collaborative’ initiative.
    Date:23-12-2010
  2. Tata Consultancy Services has won a 10-year contract from Deutsche Bank to deploy its core banking suite (a platform, which among other things, provides for branchless banking) in over 30 countries.
    Date:15-12-2010
  3. The coalition government in the UK has confirmed the 10-year contract for administration of the state pension scheme awarded to India’s top software exporter Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), ending months of uncertainty over it.
    Date:15-11-2010
  4. IT major TCS has signed an over $50 million deal with Australia-based energy supplier AGL. The contract is an extension of AGL’s relationship with TCS. It spans five years and covers infrastructure management services.
    Date:01-10-2010
  5. Tata Consultancy Services has bagged 3 deals in one go. The deals comprise of a 50 million AUD (Australian dollar) deal from AGL Energy to manage its technology infrastructure for five years
    Date:30-09-2010
  6. India’s largest IT services provider, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), is investing Rs 1,000 crore to set up a training campus in Kerala housing 10,000 professionals. Construction will commence in 2011-12 and be completed in three years
    Date:15-09-2010
  7. The acquisition of Unisys Corporation’s insurance business, Unisys Insurance Services Ltd (UISL), by Tata Consultancy Services’ UK subsidiary Diligenta could help India’s largest IT firm’s revenue from insurance sector to take...
    Date:02-09-2010
  8. Malaysia Airlines (MAS) and TCS has sealed a five year contract for end-to-end IT infrastructure Services. The partnership is the part of MAS' strategic IT outsourcing programme to transform the airline's IT operations
    Date:16-03-2010
  9. If advance tax data is any indicator of corporate profits, then the fourth quarter may be a mixed one for India Inc. Only a few companies, such as Reliance Industries (RIL), Infosys, TCS and Tata Motors, have posted substantially higher payments
    Date:16-03-2010
  10. Software major Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is all set to bag a £600 million outsourcing contract from the UK Government for managing a state-sponsored pension scheme that is still in the works
    Date:03-03-2010
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