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( 09 Aug 2019)
TCS LATAM stands as the Nearshore Trendsetter of the Year at Nexus Illuminate Awards 2019

IT firm, Tata Consultancy Services said that, “it has been named the Nearshore Trendsetter of the Year at the 2019 Nexus Illuminate Awards,” in a filing to Bombay Stock Exchange.

Nexus Illuminate Awards are presented by Nearshore Americas to celebrate excellence and innovation in nearshore service delivery. TCS was recognized for its Business 4.0' thought leadership framework, which helps companies embrace digital technologies to become intelligent, Agile, automated and on the cloud.

Kirk Laughlin, Founder and Managing Director, Nearshore Americas said, "TCS Latin America has set the bar high in every regard. Operationally and strategically, TCS Latin America continues to innovate within the nearshore delivery model and therefore is well deserving of this Nexus 201.9 honor”.

Marcelo Wurmann, CEO, TCS Latin America said, "This award is a recognition of our thought leadership, investments in state-of-the-ort nearshore and global service delivery infrastructure, our large pool of digital talent and commitment to our customers' success”.

Rajeev Gupta, Country Head, TCS Mexico said, "We are delighted to receive this award on behalf of all TCSers in the nearshore region and elsewhere, who work very hard to support our customers' growth and transformation initiatives”.

The company is one of the largest lT service providers and a Top Employer in Latin America, with over 16,000 employees. Strong business growth in the region has led the company to open new facilities in Londrina, Brazil and Bogota, Colombia, and more to come in Mexico. The company also supports various outreach programs in the region, such as ENABLE, which promotes employability amongst vulnerable sections of the society, and golT, which empowers students to gain the skills and confidence required to become tomorrow’s technology leaders.

The shares of Tata Consultancy Services were trading at Rs. 2244.25 apiece, low at 14.60 points or 0.65 per cent at 10:14 hours on the BSE.