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TCS and General Motors Enters into Partnership for Future Vehicle Engineering

TCS and General Motors Enters into Partnership for Future Vehicle Engineering

Indian IT giant,TCS and General Motors (GM) have entered into a partnership, ET reported. The announcement was made public on Monday. In the partnership, TCS will help the carmaker in its field of future vehicle engineering across markets all over the world.

In a joint statement, both the companies said that the new development builds on a partnership which has existed for more than a decade.

The partnership’s agreement states that the IT giant will take over some assets of GM at their technical centre in Bangalore (GMTC-I). Apart from that, it will support GM over the next five years to carry out global vehicle programmes with engineering design services.

The statement also added that more than 1,300 GMTC-I employees will be shifted to TCS, including teams which will look after testing, special projects, creative designs, propulsion systems, vehicle engineering, and control development.

The transaction and handover are expected to be completed by the end of September.

Incorporated in 2004, the Bangalore-based GMTC-I has a design studio and an engineering centre with state-of-art, in-house electronics hardware and software testing and validation infrastructure.  The facility contributes to GM’s global program, across control development, vehicle engineering, propulsion systems, and many more.

 

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