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TCS opens its first European innovation centre in Amsterdam
This article is part of the CW Middle East issue of July-September 2021
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) will bring universities, businesses, startups and government together at its latest innovation hub in Amsterdam to help use digital technology to solve sustainability challenges. The Indian IT services giant announced the opening of its latest hub in its innovation network in Amsterdam, following a delay caused by the Covid crisis. It will focus on sustainability challenges faced by organisations and becomes the first in a network of hubs, known as TCS Pace Ports, in Europe. Pace is TCS’s innovation umbrella with a network of centres, known as Ports, created to bring together its ecosystem of experts in different disciplines. The Amsterdam centre joins a hub in Tokyo, set up in November 2018, and one in New York that focuses on financial and retail technology. Hubs in Toronto and Pittsburgh, focused on smart cities and robotics, respectively, will join the network in the coming months. About 70 universities globally, more than 2,000 startups, large tech companies such as Amazon and Microsoft, ...
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