Washington : Tata Consultancy Services, India's largest infotech company, has joined the US-based Information Technology Industry Council (ITI), a leading IT services, consulting and business solutions organisation, it was announced Monday.
ITI advocates on behalf of its 60 members for global policies that advance industry leadership in technology and innovation, open access to new and emerging markets, promoting e-commerce expansion, driving sustainability and efficiency, protecting consumer choice, and enhancing the worldwide competitiveness of its member companies.
"We are excited to welcome TCS, widely recognised as a leader in the global marketplace and the first Indian headquartered company to join ITI," said ITI president and CEO Dean Garfield.
"This is perfectly timed, given our deepening engagement in the India market and TCS' significant and growing presence in the US and other global markets," he added.
"We look forward to collaborating with TCS to advance the interest of ITI members worldwide," Garfield said.
"TCS is committed to helping companies increase their value to customers by providing innovative solutions that help them to digitally reimagine their businesses in every corner of the globe," said Surya Kant, TCS president for North America, UK and Europe.
"Our success is driven by a skilled workforce, open and competitive markets, and environments that foster business transformation. Working with ITI, we look forward to jointly promoting efforts that advance the innovation, development, use, and social impact of technological solutions," Kant said.