TCS Expands Capacity in Bhubhaneswar

Published: 10th December 2015 07:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 10th December 2015 07:00 PM   |  A+A-


BHUBANESWAR: IT major Tata Consultancy Services today announced addition of 3,000 seats by expanding its capacity in Odisha with the opening of Phase II of its campus at Kalinga Park here.

With the inauguration of Phase II by Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today, TCS Kalinga Park, designed as India's first Platinum-rated LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) IT Campus, has an operational capacity of 4,000 seats.

TCS Kalinga Park, one of the greenest buildings in India developed over 45 acres of land, is an addition to the company's unique Global Network Delivery Model (GNDM).

TCS Kalinga Park campus is a Special Economic Zone that serves global TCS customers in industry segments like Banking and Financial Services, Retail, Telecom, Manufacturing, and Government with a focus on technology areas like Enterprise Solutions, Assurance Services and IT services.

TCS has been operating in Odisha since 1999 and is ranked among the top software exporters from Odisha.

Speaking on the occasion, N Chandrasekaran, CEO & MD, TCS said, "Odisha has a strong education ecosystem that is helping source great talent from the region. We are delighted with the growth of our operations and the support of the state government that will help us drive growth of the IT industry in the state.


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