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India's TCS opens new delivery centre in Brazil; to create 1,600 new job opportunities

Vivek Vishwakarma
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TCS opens new delivery centre in Brazil

Indian technology giant Tata Consultancy Services on Monday announced a new delivery centre in Londrina, Paraná, Brazil.

The new center will create more than 1,600 new employment opportunities over the next five years, contribute to the local economy and strengthen TCS’ presence in the region, the company said in a release.

The delivery centre will specialize in key areas

Present in Londrina since 2018, TCS employs around 1,700 people in the city. TCS said the new centralized campus will bring the city workforce under one roof, creating a vibrant hub for collaboration and innovation in Londrina.


The delivery centre will specialize in key areas such as Business Transformation, Artificial Intelligence, and Cognitive Business Operations, offering a comprehensive suite of IT services to clients in Brazil and around the world, it said.

The Governor of the State of Paraná highlights the importance of the centre

During his recent visit to the Tata Experience Center in Mumbai, Carlos Massa Ratinho Junior, Governor of the State of Paraná, Brazil, said, “This announcement by TCS is so important to us, because it involves a strategic area for the development of our state. I have come to India to learn more about the capabilities that the country has built in many areas, especially in digital technologies, where India is a global leader, and leveraging experiences from here, we can deepen digitization of various services and products for the Brazilian economy.”

Bruno Rocha, Country Head, TCS Brazil, said, “The new delivery centre in Londrina is a testament to our ongoing commitment to Brazil and our confidence in local talent. We are looking to double the number of associates in key areas such as Cybersecurity, Cloud, CBO, ITIS, AI, and automation, reflecting our dedication to innovation and excellence in technology services.”

TCS' presence in Brazil

TCS has been operating in Brazil for over two decades, with operations in Londrina, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. The company said that it is serving over 140 clients in the region across industries such as banking, insurance, mining, retail, and telecommunications.

Notably, the Indian tech giant has earned recognition as a Top Employer in Brazil for 10 consecutive years and received the diversity seal from the state of São Paulo in 2022.