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Tata Consultancy Services and Infineon Technologies AG agree on long-term contract

11 March 2009 | By Jon Haines | News > Fab Management

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TCSTata Consultancy Services (TCS), a top IT services, business solutions, and outsourcing firm has agreed to a multi-year contract with Infineon Technologies AG, a leading semiconductor manufacturer hoping to aid Infineon’s Supply Chain Management (SCM) landscape.  

Functioning out of Munich, Germany and Bangalore, India, the Infineon SCM Planning operations hope to improve supply chain efficiency in a risk-free environment. 

Carol Wilson, Vice President and Global Head in the HiTech Industry Solutions Unit of TCS stated, "Our HiTech Industry Solution Unit offers enhanced domain expertise and greater customer centricity to clients from the High Tech industry globally. TCS is strongly building on its footprint in Germany, and we are convinced that we will be able to help Infineon optimize their operations and achieve their corporate objectives."

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