Services has consolidated its operations in Uruguay and Argentina into a single
unit focused on providing nearshore services to other Latin America countries
as well as the United States and Europe.
president, business development, Mario Tucci, previously the head of TCS'' Andean
country operations, has been appointed country manager of this new unit, which
comprises a global delivery centre and regional training center in Montevideo
(Uruguay), and an extension centre in Buenos Aires (Argentina). TCS has plans
for a major expansion of this unit in the future, which currently employs over
region has very highly trained human resources, English language skills and an
attractive cost structure, which makes it a natural base for exporting services
to other countries. Leveraging these conditions, we intend to grow to 1200 employees
this year and double our employee and client base over the next two - three years,"
regional training centre, which the firm had set up in Montevideo in January 2007,
is now operating at full capacity to train human resources, most coming from non
technology backgrounds, towards building a constant stream of recruits for the
expand its infrastructure by setting up a new world-class building for over 400
professionals to be inaugurated in Montevideo this November.
have already trained over 200 professionals and expect to train over 3000 professionals
at the centre in Montevideo in the next four years, initiating them into TCS''
successful high quality and process methodologies, said Gabriel Rozman, president,
will be the fuel for our growth both in local Latin American markets and as a
major nearshore provider to clients in the United States. This consolidation in
Uruguay is another major step in TCS'' strategy to build a strong global network
delivery model," Rozman added.
global delivery centre in Montevideo exported services worth over $30 million
to clients across the world including Colombia, Spain, Mexico, Chile, the US and
parts of Europe, making it the primary IT services exporter in Uruguay in April
2006 - March ''07.
Chamber of Commerce and Services of Uruguay (CNCS) recognised TCS with its first
national export services award For IT companies, which was granted by the Services
Exporters Committee in association with the International Trade Centre of UNCTAD
and the WTO and in the presence of the vice president of the Uruguayan Republic,
Rodolfo Nin Novoa and the minister of economy, Danilo Astori.
company recently announced other moves towards expanding its global network delivery
model in Iberoamerica including a 100-per cent buyout of the joint venture it
operated in Brazil with local partner TBA and the opening of a new global delivery
center in Mexico.
Iberoamerica (TCSI) is the business arm of Tata Consultancy Services that operates
across the Spanish and Portuguese speaking region of the world. Over 5.000 local
consultants provide IT services, business solutions and outsourcing to over 150
regional and global clients across 14 countries in Mexico, Central America, South
America, Spain and Portugal. TCSI operates Global Delivery centers (GDC) in Brazil,
Mexico & Uruguay at CMMI Level 5, the highest quality standard for the industry,
and maintains a Global BPO Services centre in Chile.