TCS to acquire assets of GM Technical Center - India, BengaluruGeneral Motors and Tata Consultancy Services announced a new partnership in future global vehicle engineering. This builds on the 16-year long relationship between the two companies.
Under the terms of the agreement signed earlier today, TCS will acquire certain assets at the GM Technical Center - India (GMTC-I), in Bengaluru, and will partner with GM, supporting its global vehicle programs with engineering design services over the next 5 years. Over 1,300 employees of GMTC-I will transfer to TCS, including teams focused on propulsion systems, vehicle engineering, controls development, testing, creative design and special projects.
The transaction and handover are expected to be completed by the end of September.
Established in 2004 in Bengaluru, GMTC-I contributes to GM's global programs, across propulsion systems, vehicle engineering, controls development, testing, creative design and special projects. It houses a design studio and an engineering center with state-of-the-art, in house electronics hardware and software testing and validation infrastructure.
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