Global IT services firm Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Tuesday said that it has inaugurated a Japan-centric Delivery Centre (JDC) within TCS Sahyadri Park complex in Pune.
The new centre augments delivery capabilities of TCS’ 2,400 strong Japan-based workforce, established in July 2014 in joint venture with Mitsubishi Corporation as part of a strategic expansion in the Japan market.
“Opening of this centre is a continuation of our investment and commitment to the Japan market. Our model brings out the best of our capabilities in Japan and leverages TCS’ global strengths, and we are pleased to partner with our clients in Japan to reap the fruits of technology-led innovation,” said TCS chief executive and managing director N. Chandrasekaran.
According to the company, the JDC facilities will cater to specific business needs of Japanese corporations in alignment with their unique expectations, enabled by way of localisation of global business practices and enhanced language support.