Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Reports 2.9% Growth in Q3 Revenue

India’s premier software services exporter, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), has disclosed its financial performance for the three months ended December 31, 2023.
TCS NetherlandsTCS has reported revenue of 605.83 billion rupees ($7.30 billion) during October-December 2023, marking a 2.9 percent increase from 582.29 billion rupees recorded in the same period the previous year.

TCS achieved an 8.1 percent growth in revenue in the U.K. market. But TCS faced challenges in North America, where revenue declined by 3 percent. This dip was attributed to extended furloughs and clients cutting discretionary spending in response to the prevailing macroeconomic challenges, TCS said its earnings report.

During the quarter, TCS secured deals amounting to $8.10 billion, reflecting a decrease from the $11.2 billion reported in the preceding July-September period.

K Krithivasan, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of TCS, commented on the company’s performance, stating, “Our strong performance in a seasonally weak quarter buffeted by macro-economic headwinds demonstrates the strength of our business model with a well-diversified portfolio and a customer-centric strategy.”

Krithivasan emphasized the firm’s resilience, citing a solid order book and strong deal momentum across markets, providing visibility into long-term growth. He also highlighted the company’s leading position in Generative AI, noting significant interest and ongoing innovation and exploratory efforts in this area for customers.

Q3 Segment Highlights

In terms of industry segments, TCS experienced notable growth in the Energy, Resources, and Utilities vertical (11.8 percent), Manufacturing (7.0 percent), and Life Sciences and Healthcare (3.1 percent). However, the Consumer Business Group (CBG) saw a marginal decline of -0.3 percent, while BFSI, Communications & Media, and Technology & Services reported decreases of -3.0 percent, -4.9 percent, and -5.0 percent, respectively.

Regional market growth was led by the United Kingdom at 8.1 percent, with Continental Europe growing by 0.5 percent. In contrast, North America faced a decline of -3.0 percent. Emerging markets exhibited positive growth, with India leading at 23.4 percent, Middle East & Africa at 16.0 percent, Latin America at 13.2 percent, and Asia Pacific at 3.9 percent.

TCS remains optimistic about its long-term outlook, leveraging its diversified portfolio and strategic initiatives to navigate challenges and capitalize on emerging opportunities in the global market.

TCS’ workforce stood at 603,305 as on December 31st . The employee base is very diverse, with 35.7 percent women and with 153 nationalities.

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