New Delhi: Software exporter Tata Consultancy Services on Monday said it has opened a centre in Lucknow to develop solutions for global corporations and support the e-governance initiatives of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
The new centre in Lucknow, which is an addition the company’s global network delivery model has a capacity of 1,500 seats, the company said in a statement.
TCS CEO and managing director S. Ramadorai said, “Lucknow is an integral part of the TCS’ strategy to invest in Tier II cities. The city has the potential to be a leader among the emerging IT destinations in India and it is this belief that has driven our strategy to invest in this area.”
From Lucknow centre, TCS would develop and implement software solutions for global corporations countries like the US, Canada, the UK, Singapore and South Africa.
The recent Nasscom and AT Kearney’s study on attractiveness and potential of 50 cities across India for IT-BPO operations listed Lucknow as a challenger after the top seven existing IT destinations.