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TCS has a large presence in China, where it services some of the largest and well-known local and multinational brands. TCS has made major investments in developing local market capabilities in China exemplified by the six Global Delivery Centers in the country (Beijing, Hangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Tianjin and Dalian) as of July 2012.

TCS China is one of TCS’ fastest growing operations and the most localized of all TCS locales, with over 97% of staff being local hires. In addition to a strategic focus on local companies, TCS China is also focused on delivering a range of IT, outsourcing and consulting services to multinational companies with operations in China.

TCS China has recognized expertise in banking & finance, insurance, manufacturing and telecom and is a key driver of Intelligent City (iCity) infrastructure with governmental organizations of every level. TCS China has been widely recognized as an employer of choice in the China IT market and is widely recognized as leading enabler of the China-India business and cultural dynamics.


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World Economic Forum: Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2016

TCS is proud to participate as a 'Strategic Partner' at World Economic Forum 2016. Girish Ramachandran, President, TCS Asia Pacific is a speaker on the panel "What If: We Become Super-Humans?" on June 26, 1pm onwards. The theme for WEF 2016 is “The Fourth Industrial Revolution - Power of Transformation”. The forum aims to explore how the fourth industrial revolution will transform industry sectors and systems of production.


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Intelligent Cities: A City Process Management Approach

A well-balanced future city is one that can optimally use its resources and infrastructure to serve the needs of its citizens and businesses. Major trends in urbanization and demographics can create massive and complex problems for governments. We need a new holistic approach to address these challenges.