Published On: Mon, Mar 22nd, 2021

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) to invest $518m in Ohio, to create 800 jobs

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(TCS) said that it will invest over $518 million in the next two years in Ohio to address the growing demand for IT talent and to handle local community requirements.

The Indian IT services will hire more than 800 local employees to expand its operations in the US state at its Seven Hills Park campus, outside Cincinnati and other offices across Ohio by 2022 to cope up with the increasing needs of its customers.

TCS plans to double participation in its STEM and computer science K-12 education programs by next year.

Ohio Governor said: “This investment in the greater Cincinnati region demonstrates TCS’ commitment to training and growing Ohio’s workforce.

“TCS’ plan to double its commitment in STEM programs will positively impact the lives of young Ohioans and prepare them to enter this growing industry.”

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) to invest $518m in Ohio, to create 800 jobs

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) to invest $518m in Ohio, to create 800 jobs. Photo courtesy of Naveen.kumar.kotta/

TCS has offices in 30 locations in the US and its Cincinnati center caters to over 160 customers across Ohio and since 2017, has provided employment to 1,337 people locally.

The IT services company is said to have recruited 244 students from local universities in Ohio over the last five years for jobs across the US.

Surya Kant – Chairman of TCS North America said: “The pandemic changed the way companies view technology, requiring them to demonstrate their purpose and value to consumers. Our strong relationships with the greater Cincinnati business community ensure that we will continue to deliver innovative transformation solutions to meet evolving customer expectations.

“Ohio is also an integral location for TCS to recruit and train the best local talent and our dedication to provide STEM and computer science education to local schools demonstrates our commitment to the local community.”

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