Mumbai, India: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) (BSE: TCS.BO, NSE: TCS.NS), a leading IT services, business solutions and outsourcing firm, has opened a new office in the Peruvian province Lima, with the purpose of rendering its IT, BPO and consulting services to the country.
The exclusive launch took place at the Marriot Hotel with the assistance of the principal executives of national companies. Present at the opening were Alejandro Valenzuela, country head of Peru, Chile and Ecuador, TCS, along with Ankur Prakash of TCS, and Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, ex-minister of economy and finance of Peru.
Peru is an important market for TCS, they are pursuing both new and existing business and partnership opportunities in the coming years. The growth forecasts for the IT-BPO sector in Peru have remained high despite the global economic crisis. This launch marks a milestone in the region for the expansion of the company as it adds to the offices present in Mexico, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Ecuador and Colombia.
The decision of inserting in the Peruvian scene relates to the importance it has reached as a market. “Our economy has seen one of the most outstanding growths of the region and it demands BPO and IT services rendered by TCS, like any other part of Latin America,” stated Mr Valenzuela.
According to Mr Valenzuela, “TCS' style of doing business is recognised in the world. The prestige of India as a country which offers solutions in technology, efficiency and quality is supported by Tata’s trademark and should be one of the pillars of the commercial success we will achieve in Peru. We are sure that our businesses will grow by leaps and bounds just like the economy of this developing country.”
In this way, the Indian company seeks to show its main differential factors: a global network, innovation laboratories, constant generation of new talents, industry leadership and financial soundness.