Fact Sheet – TCS Sweden
Fact Sheet – TCS Sweden TCS has been servicing the Swedish market since 1991, and the company established its office in Stockholm in 1998. TCS has over 4,500 experts across its Global Network Delivery Model™ working for Swedish clients. More than 600 of these experts are based in Sweden. Since 2010, TCS has tripled the size of its operations in the Nordic region, with a significant increase in the local employee-base. In Sweden, TCS is present in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö and Västerås. Several prominent Swedish companies have benefited from TCS’ service offerings, including Ericsson, SAS and ABB. TCS’ customer base in Sweden spreads across Banking & Financial Services, Healthcare, Insurance, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Retail & Distribution, Telecom, Travel, Transportation & Hospitality and Utilities. ACHIEVEMENTS AND AWARDS #1 in customer satisfaction in the Nordics, for six consecutive years, which is reflected in high level of repeat business Ranked as the #1 Employer in Europe in 2015, for three consecutive years. Ranked as the Top Employer in Sweden in 2015, for three consecutive years. Ranked as the world’s most innovative IT services company by Forbes in 2015 Ranked as leader in Dow Jones World Sustainability Index in 2014 Recognized as the industry’s fastest growing brand in 2015 KEY ENGAGEMENTS WITH SWEDISH CLIENTS In recent years, the company has helped numerous organizations achieve their modernization and simplification targets, delivered significant cost savings, and increased productivity. Some of the recent wins are listed here: Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) selects TCS as its Strategic IT Partner. TCS helps to transform and optimize SAS’ IT processes, applications and infrastructure. Tryg partnered with TCS to transform its IT infrastructure. The transition partnership enabled the Nordic insurer to implement the next wave of digitalization. As a result, Tryg has been able to achieve a significant decrease in its IT operating costs. The company has reduced its overall IT infrastructure footprint, with a cutback of over 30% in the number of servers. If P&C Insurance chose TCS as its partner to successfully transition core mainframe applications A leading Swedish telecom equipment manufacturer outsourced the maintenance of its mission critical telecom platform to TCS. The collaboration allowed If to increase operational efficiency and agility, freeing resources to focus on next wave strategic IT initiatives. A leading Nordic manufacturer selected TCS as its partner to harmonize and consolidate multiple ERP systems spread across various business units into a single SAP based platform. A leading Scandinavian retailer selected TCS’ assurance services for improving test efficiency by deploying superior test processes and significantly increasing test automation, resulting in faster release cycles, better test coverage, and reduced testing cost. A leading Swedish pharmaceutical company selected TCS BPO for clinical data management services. A leading Swedish media company used TCS’ tool based reengineering approach to migrate its core legacy system to an open platform, helping to improve business responsiveness. A leading Swedish manufacturer outsourced the management of its data center operations spanning across IT service desk, server, mainframe and network service management to TCS, enabling the client to achieve better service coverage, ITIL process deployment and significant cost economies. A leading airline in Sweden uses TCS BPO for revenue accounting services. A leading Swedish defense aircraft manufacturer has partnered with TCS for establishing an Aeronautical Design and Development Centre (ADDC) in India. A leading Swedish telecom equipment manufacturer chose TCS as one of the key service providers for their IT transformation initiatives. A leading Scandinavian insurance company has chosen TCS to build its future Nordic IT platforms. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY TCS has kicked off the ACE graduate program in India for Nordic graduates to boost careers in IT and technology. Nordic graduates will work in India for TCS’ Nordic customers and acquire world-class skills. In Sweden, as a part of its goIT program, TCS has engaged in a joint initiative with the Rinkeby Secondary School and the upper secondary Stockholm Science and Innovation School. The purpose of the goIT program is to boost interest among youth to pursue education in IT, and choose careers in the area. Working with smart robots, the students acquire critical thinking and problem solving skills while solving design challenges in a team learning environment. TCS also volunteered for the UNICEF Thirst Day Campaign 2014, aimed at providing safe drinking water for children, and the UNICEF fund raising initiative for the Philippines flood victims in 2013.