SAN FRANCISCO | MUMBAI: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS) a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, has been honored with one global and two regional Oracle Excellence Awards for 2017: Specialized Partner of the Year for PaaS/ IaaS Cloud; Customer Advocacy Partner of the Year for Europe; and Regional Partner of the Year for India.
“We extend our congratulations to TCS. As a strategic partner, TCS has worked closely with us to develop innovative solutions that help our customers advance their business objectives,” said Camillo Speroni, Vice President, Worldwide Strategic Alliances, Oracle. “These awards are well-deserved and we look forward to continuing our partnership with TCS, leveraging our combined expertise to deliver tremendous value to our customers.”
These prestigious 2017 awards reflect TCS’ commitment to enabling its customers’ growth and digital transformation journeys. Moreover, TCS has been recognized as an Oracle Cloud Elite Partner and is ranked highly by many leading research firms.
“We are honored to receive these accolades because they reflect our achievements in helping customers drive greater efficiency, agility and competitiveness with Oracle Cloud-based solutions. These awards acknowledge the scale and maturity of TCS’ partnership with Oracle and our shared goal of leading our customers on successful, enterprise-wide, business transformations,” said Sunder Singh, Global Head, TCS Oracle Practice.
TCS, an Oracle Cloud Elite Partner, established its relationship with Oracle 30 years ago and has since invested in a vast portfolio of Oracle Cloud solutions and services. TCS has more than 19,000 Oracle-certified specialists who are supported by TCS’ numerous Centers of Excellence, several of which are dedicated to shared Oracle and TCS clients.
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