TCS opens centre in New York

By siliconindia staff writer   |   Tuesday, 20 July 2004, 07:00 Hrs
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NEW YORK: Tata Consultancy Services has opened a training centre in Buffalo in the New York State as part of its programme to expand its presence and bring jobs to the area.

A global information technology services provider, TCS will provide advanced training in IT to new recruits and the exiting employees in North American region.

The training centre is aptly named "Chrysalis," a word signifying the evolution of a larva into a butterfly. Company executives explain that this reference is analogous to the emergence of bright new talent into advanced IT professionals who will lead the technology industry into the future.

The firms said it has already hired 20 new recruits primarily from Western New York and has plans to triple that number by the middle of the next year.

TCS, in an apparent attempt to take heat off opposition to outsourcing, is recruiting both experienced IT professional and new graduates. It is working with the Universities in the region to identify candidates.

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