Partnership to Help Drive Agility, Intelligence and Innovation to Transform the Retailer’s Business Customer Experience and Drive Growth
LONDON | MUMBAI: Tata Consultancy Services (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organisation, today announced an expanded strategic technology partnership with Marks and Spencer plc to enable the iconic retailer to become a digital-first business.
As part of M&S’ five-year plan to transform its business, the retailer aims to make its technology function deliver more commercial opportunities. TCS will be M&S’ principal technology partner and will help drive agility, intelligence, innovation and efficiency to transform the retailer’s customer experience and drive growth of M&S’ business. TCS will transition M&S to a new Technology Operating Model, which embraces the agile mind-set to transform business and IT strategy, aligned with rapid technology innovation to meet fast changing business priorities.
Steve Rowe, CEO, M&S said: “This new partnership will bring the best of TCS capabilities to M&S. We will join our expertise to unlock the potential for technology to drive our digital-first transformation and accelerate growth of our business. Through our Technology Transformation Programme, our business will be faster, simpler and more focused on achieving a seamless customer experience.”
Rajesh Gopinathan, CEO and Managing Director, TCS, commented: “Our long standing partnership with M&S has helped to build a strong contextual knowledge of their business. This is coupled with our deep domain expertise, positioning TCS to be the principal technology partner to M&S. TCS will help the customer adopt a digital-first mind-set to win new customers and create growth at accelerated pace. We look forward to working even more closely with M&S as they embark on this transformation of their business.”
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