NelsonHall recognizes TCS as Leader in Agile DevOps and Automated Development Services

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, has been recognized as a Leader in the NelsonHall NEAT for Agile DevOps and Automated Development services.

TCS’ organization-wide focus on instilling agile principles, end-to-end DevOps platforms, and large, distributed scaled agile delivery experience, were cited as strengths. According to the report, investments in Jile and MasterCraft, defined processes and methodologies that balance rigor and flexibility and a geographically broad skilled workforce provide TCS with a compelling delivery capability that can be adapted to specific customer needs.

“A successful Business 4.0′” transformation requires enterprises to embrace agility in all aspects of business to empower employees, enable collaboration, harness creativity and innovation, deliver better customer experiences and create value at scele,” says Nidhi Srivastava, Global Head, Enterprise Agility, TCS. “This recognition is a validation of our vision, strategies, and continued investments in people, tools, and thought leadership like the Location lndependent Agile model that resonates with customers.”

TCS’ consulting-led portfolio of Enterprise Agility services covers Agile Transformation, DevOps, Next Gen ADM, and Agile for Business. 

“TCS has a significant investment and focus on agile: training nearly all of its -424k employees on agile principles, launching the Jile toolset, and developing agile for business offerings,” said David McIntire, IT Services Research Director, NelsonHall. “Putting agile at the core of the enterprise and its Business 4.0 business strategy enables the company to demonstrate to clients its commitment and capabilities.”

“Our unique focus on culture, and change management coupled with unparalleled innovation, intelligence, and automation helps our customers embrace Agile across their enterprises to improve their speed to value and strengthen their competitive positioning,” added Nidhi Srivastava.

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