Tata Consultancy Services to invest $300m to expand Arizona operations
Indian IT services provider Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) said that it will invest over $300 million by 2026 to grow its operations in Arizona.
The company said that it will recruit over 220 employees in the US state by 2023 for meeting the digital transformation requirements of its customers.
Additionally, Tata Consultancy Services will continue to grow the reach of its STEM and Computer Science education programs in Arizona by increasing teacher training and online content for students over the next couple of years.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said: “TCS has a global reputation for excellence. Their selection of Arizona for this significant expansion demonstrates the strength of the Phoenix market and vitality of our local businesses.
“We are also grateful for TCS’ continued support of local STEM education, which has been a priority in Arizona. TCS has been a fantastic private sector partner and we look forward to their continued success.”
Tata Consultancy Services’ flagship Phoenix Business Center, which is one of its 30 facilities in the US, caters to 50 plus customers in Arizona.
Presently, Tata Consultancy Services has over 780 employees in Arizona, who serve clients in banking, healthcare, manufacturing, and utilities, handle their IT operations and harness technologies like artificial intelligence, enterprise software, and machine learning to achieve their growth and transformation goals.
The Indian IT services provider said that the new roles will be based at the Phoenix center and also in client offices across Arizona.
Surya Kant – Chairman of North America, Tata Consultancy Services said: “We are delighted to expand our presence in Arizona, tap local talent to help clients in their transformation journeys, and contribute to the growth of the technology industry here.
“We also look forward to expanding our community engagement through our STEM initiatives, to help nurture the next generation of local technology leaders in our schools.”