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TCS bags multimillion dollar contract with Air Liquide

02-April-2011
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TCS bags multimillion dollar contract with Air Liquide

IT services, consulting and business solutions firm Tata Consultancy Services announced today a multi-year multi-million dollar contract to provide end to end application development and maintenance services to Air Liquide in the Americas. Air Liquide is a leading global firm which deals in gases for industry, health and environment.

TCS will provide end-to-end application development and maintenance services to support 5,800 Air Liquide USA 24/7, improving operational effectiveness and efficiency. TCS will oversee day-to-day IT management through a managed services model, as well as offer immediate problem diagnosis and repair services for an added level of IT support. TCS will also bring in application preventive maintenance as part of its service delivery model to increase productivity and reduce repair costs by streamlining IT costs and enhancing business performance.

“We are very pleased to be working with TCS,” said Ravi Waran, Chief Information Officer, Air Liquide USA. “I look forward to TCS’ contribution to helping Air Liquide achieve its business goals.”

“Our partnership with Air Liquide USA underscores TCS’ growing leadership in the manufacturing space,” said Surya Kant, President, TCS North America. “With our in-depth industry business and process knowledge, TCS will help Air Liquide USA drive continuous improvement and innovation.”

 

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