TCS news stories
88% of C-suites will increase digital solutions for sustainability
A TCS study finds that 88% of C-suites in the Asia Pacific will increase the use of digital solutions to help drive sustainability over the next three years.
Fletcher Building, Google Cloud, TCS partnership to drive growth through data and digital innovation
Fletcher Building is partnering with Google Cloud and TCS to implement enterprise-grade, cloud capability to run its mission-critical enterprise workloads.
TCS, ITE partnership to provide work experience in Singapore
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has announced a new deal with the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) in Singapore to provide ITE staff and students with work experience and training opportunities.
Internet of Things
TCS named 'large player' for IoT consultancy services
TCS has built a set of industry-specific IoT solutions with predictive and self-aware systems that use AI and machine learning.
Tata Consultancy Services and DeakinCo. tackle Australia's skills gap with new programs
These programs are designed to meet the growing demand of talent in emerging technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, data analytics and robotics.
SNP and TCS establish a strategic global partnership
SNP SE and TCS have entered into a global partnership agreement to drive business change for global organisations.
80% of better performing companies more willing to collaborate with competitors
A new study reveals a sharp divide in the digital strategies of better-performing companies (leaders) versus followers.
Colonial First State banks on TCS solution
Tata Consultancy Services wins Colonial First State deal, helping the bank increase agility and productivity and reduce risks.
Tata Consultancy Services rated 'most powerful' IT services brand
Tata Consultancy Services has been rated the world's most powerful brand in IT services, scoring an AA+ from valuation firm Brand Finance.
Smartphone addiction a big risk
With BYOD policies making their way into business offices and onto school stationery lists, smartphone addiction is potentially worldwide problem.