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TCS Singapore is a recognized leader in technology services in Asia’s gateway city with a long history of serving leading local and multinational firms and in May 2012, celebrated its 25th year of operations in Singapore.

We provide best-in-class IT services, solutions and outsourcing to some of the leading and large banking, finance and insurance firms operating in Singapore and count a number of globally recognized brands in airlines, telecom and retail as our customers.

TCS Singapore has been recognized as a leading corporate citizen and awarded with a number of accolades in recent years, including the Singapore HR Awards for the best CEO and the AON Hewitt Award for the Best Employer. TCS Singapore also has a well-established local delivery center (500-seater) at the Changi Business Park.

We also leverage our strong academic relationships with National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Singapore Management University (SMU) and strategic partnerships with leading technology companies like Oracle, IBM, HP and SAP.

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TCS in the News

IT giant head wants China to be 'hub for global customers'

In a recent interview with a leading Japanese publication, Nikkei Asian Review (NAR), Girish Ramachandran, President, TCS Asia Pacific, shares his insights on TCS in the region, with highlights on China and TCS’ rising opportunity in China.

TCS in the News

Firms increasingly tapping digital technology to engage customers: Tata unit

In the featured article in Business Times, Singapore, Dr. Satya Ramaswamy, VP and Global Head, Digital Enterprise, TCS, says 79% of Asia-Pacific firms in the TCS survey expect to connect with their customer via mobile apps


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